To our valued clients, partners, friends, neighbors, and families,
The health and safety of our employees, clients, and communities is our number one priority.
As we adjust to the evolving circumstances that COVID-19 presents, we want you to know we are still conducting business to every extent possible. While we are following precautions and guidelines provided by the CDC and public officials, we want you to know we are here to serve you. Much of our team is well-equipped while working remotely and are able to provide the same reliable service you expect. We are prepared to work with you through phone calls, email, video conferences, texts or any other manner of communication that respects the current social distancing guidelines.
Please know that we are ready to assist anyway we can with current orders, as well as, orders you need to place as we push forward.
We will continue to monitor any further developments and will make any adjustments with our employees and clients as our top priority.
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Spring brings warmer days and more sunshine, sure—but it also brings with it the bane of outdoor sports everywhere: mud. If sloppy, dangerous fields weren’t enough, you also have to deal with weeds, soil erosion, uneven grass… Indeed, when it comes to maintenance, you certainly have your work cut out for you in the spring!
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If you manage a rec center, know that your facility plays a critical role in your community. As a wholesome place for people to gather, for the community to host events, and for residents to work on becoming their best selves, rec centers are an irreplaceable part of towns, both large and small.