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Coalmarch is a marketing and advertising company that specializes in website development and graphic design. It is based in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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I Want To Mow Your Lawn adopts new green practices

Jan 31, 2022

I Want To Mow Your Lawn adopts new green practices The non-profit organization provides free lawn mowing for seniors, military veterans, and disabled persons. I Want To Mow Your Lawn — a non-profit organization providing no-cost lawn mowing and yard care services for seniors, military veterans, and disabled persons — has announced its adoption of "green" alternative lawn care practices. Since its inception in 2020, the organization's background-screened landscaping volunteers have helped individuals nationwide with their lawn care needs for free. Now, the organization is encouraging and advocating for its network of helpers to try out electric, offering eco-friendly equipment upgrades that are available directly through the non-profit. "With the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)  estimating  about 123.73 billion gallons of gasoline consumed in the United States in 2020, an average of about 338 million gallons per day, and with gas prices rising, now is the time to take concerted action in the lawn care space," said Founder and Chief Lawn Mower Brian Schwartz. "Battery-powered equipment not only saves our existing volunteers money, but also makes such volunteerism more attractive to others who want to help people and the environment." I Want To Mow Your Lawn is a donation-driven entity, and its website makes donations and corporate sponsorships easy through programs and transaction options that can work seamlessly within senior citizen and military discount programs. "This organization is about more than just free lawn care; it's a small but meaningful and easy way to bring the citizens of our communities together by helping our fellow neighbors — and in an eco-conscious way that's more protective of the environment," Schwartz said. "While the individuals receiving service are always appreciative, a clean cut and nonpolluting community contributes to everyone's overall well-being — it's a meaningful way to serve a greater good." DENVER, Colo. – Belgard will share its latest products and company updates, including plans for a new manufacturing plant, at ProGreen EXPO, taking place Feb. 1 – 4, 2022, in Denver, Colorado. Belgard invites green industry professionals to visit Booth #216 to experience an outdoor oasis and explore the new Elements Collection, a selection of stainless appliances and fixtures, including cooking, storage and bar accessory features, that make outdoor living areas feel complete. Belgard will also feature Origins and Dimensions, 3-piece paver systems compatible with each other through modular sizing, which offers reduced cuts, installation time and waste, while allowing for more creative patterns. Composite decking by MoistureShield, Porcelain Outdoor Tiles by Mirage and Tru-Scapes Landscape Lighting will also be showcased. In addition, Oldcastle APG announces plans for a new hardscapes manufacturing plant in Loveland, Colorado, to further support Belgard business in the region, including the metropolitan areas of Denver, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs, as well as the metropolitan area of Cheyenne, Wyoming. The plant, which is located on a 25-acre site, is projected to break ground this year at 1820 E HWY 402, Loveland, Colorado 80537. “We’ve serviced this market for more than 15 years with a commitment to supporting our customers, and with the increased popularity and demand for outdoor living products, we have a renewed focus on simplicity, efficiency and modularity,” said Jay Seeley, President – Amcor, Oldcastle APG. “By expanding in the Denver area, we will have more capacity to support our dealers and contractors in a fast growing and exciting market. We’re bringing products to homeowners to enhance their outdoor spaces, and now these products will be made locally – furthering our goal to provide an uncompromising level of quality and service.” The Loveland Plant provides ample production capacity to the region and will provide further improved service levels for key customers. WorkWave , a software solutions provider, educated more than 700 leaders across the field service industry this month at its inaugural Beyond Service User Conference. This new event, held in Orlando from Jan. 9-12, offered a reimagining of three field service events as they came together as one: the WorkWave User Conference, Real Green’s Solutions Users Conference, and Coalmarch’s CO2 Conference. The combined event reflects the consolidation of field service software solutions WorkWave, Real Green, Coalmarch, Slingshot, Lawnbot, and most recently TEAM Software, under the WorkWave brand. “This conference was the first time we’ve been able to see the result of our strategy last year: bringing together not just the most respected technology companies in our industry, but the best service leaders from different industries,” said David F. Giannetto, CEO of WorkWave. “That is actually why we went out and acquired the best companies — because we wanted to capture the talent and expertise that will empower us to deliver solutions that bring these industries into a new future that only WorkWave could deliver. It has been our honor to host a conference that brings together people from WorkWave brands and all of our customers, to build and foster the partnerships and relationships that we have forged, and will continue to forge, as WorkWave continues to deliver the most powerful solutions across the field service industry.” Highlights of Beyond Service 2022 include a keynote address by former NFL quarterback Joe Theismann; a welcome presentation by Giannetto; expert panels, roundtables, Q&A sessions and one-on-one tech interactions; and social events. In addition, WorkWave recognized its outstanding customers for exceptional service and performance with a variety of awards. Each category had winners selected for PestPac, ServMan, Real Green, Coalmarch and Slingshot. Legends Award: Truly Nolen, Tudi Mechanical Systems, Weed and Feed Lawn Care, Rose Pest Solutions, and Got Bugs? received WorkWave’s Legends Award, which honors long-standing, loyal customers. Growth MVP Award: Rentokil, Isaac Heating & Air Conditioning, American Turf & Tree Care, Just Right Lawns, and HTP Termite & Pest Control were recognized for extraordinary growth while using WorkWave’s solutions over the past year. Rookie of the Year Award: Platinum Pest Solutions, Thigpen Heating & Cooling, Prestige Lawn Care, and Petti Pest Control were recognized as WorkWave’s newest customers who have felt a truly valuable impact from its solutions. Quarterback Award: Matt Appel of Blue Sky Pest Control, Derek Barmer of Central Carolina Air Conditioning, Toni Norris of Lawntech, Kelly Porter of Blue Beetle Pest Control, and Aaron Workman of Greenleaf Pest Control were recognized for excelling in internal management of WorkWave’s solutions and achieving operational success. Team Player Award: Best Lawn Care was recognized for achieving success while partnering with multiple WorkWave solutions. “WorkWave has a long legacy behind us, one that has been full of building valuable partnerships, deep relationships, and market-leading software,” Giannetto said. “This week, together with our amazing customers, employees and partners, we have been able to come together to build on this legacy by taking a look forward into what the future will hold for us, learning, growing and starting to understand the value in partnering with a company that empowers you to succeed beyond service — and the future is bright.” Former NFL quarterback Joe Theismann is an advocate for talking to yourself. In just over an hour of speaking to the crowd at WorkWave’s Beyond Service User Conference, Theismann covered a lot of ground. He talked about his one-game stint as an emergency punter, where he booted a punt that traveled only a mere one net yard (then an NFL record). He poked fun at a Cleveland Browns fan, running out into the crowd to show off a Super Bowl ring that he told the fan he’d never see. He mentioned the salaries of current players like Patrick Mahomes and broke down why shoulder issues complicated the mechanics in other players like Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield. And, of course, he recapped the play that will forever be recognized as one of the most gruesome sports injuries seen on live television. Theismann himself can narrate the 1985 play nearly step-by-step, where a hit by Lawrence Taylor caused a compound fracture to Theismann’s tibia and fibula on his right leg. Of course, the lessons for the conference attendees were not just about Super Bowls and gruesome injuries. Theismann’s message around his infamous injury was a focus on checking in with yourself, something anyone — football player or not — can apply. “The last few years for us have been really trying. It’s given all of us an opportunity to look at our business relationships, our personal relationships, but even more importantly, our relationships we have with ourselves,” Theismann said. “So often ‘me’ gets forgotten,”  On the night of his leg injury, he had checked in with himself. Theismann was amid a turbulent season, and it was time to have a heart-to-heart at his locker before kickoff of that Monday night football game. He remembers telling himself that his life was going to change forever. “Little did I know I was into prophecy,” he said. Theismann didn’t want his football career to end that night; he just wanted to rediscover a rhythm that helped him win 1983 NFL MVP honors. For a period of time, he felt like being a world champion once was enough. His check-in at his locker the night his career effectively ended was about recapturing his drive to be better. Likewise, he said many companies feel they’ve done enough to be successful without realizing there’s even more room for accomplishment. Some people in business have operated the same way for years without embracing the idea their companies could be larger. “I tried to live on yesterday’s performance,” he said. “You can’t live on the laurels of what you accomplished the day before.”  This was one of several messages Theismann broke down during his keynote address. LET’S HEAR IT. Theismann believes cheering for yourself (and for others) is critically important. He tasked attendees with recalling the last time they woke up, looked at themselves in the mirror and felt proud. When’s the last time you congratulated yourselves?” he asked attendees. “Embrace who you are today. It’s important that you wrap your arms around it.”  Of course, it’s just as important to cheer for others, too. Theismann said it’s incredible what types of things stick with people, whether it’s attending a kid’s dance recital or pointing out an employee’s good job during a work meeting. To illustrate this, Theismann pointed to his Ring of Fame ceremony, which he shared with former Washington running back John Riggins. Just before the ceremony began, Theismann stood alone, waiting for Riggins to join him on the field to be honored alongside him. But Riggins was nowhere to be found. Then, he heard the crowd begin to roar. Riggins had run out of the tunnel again in front of the fans just like he used to do as a player. When Theismann asked Riggins why the extra fanfare, the answer was quite simple. “’Joe, I had to hear it one more time,’” Theismann remembered Riggins saying. ALL THE LITTLE DETAILS. Theismann acknowledges he’s probably a pretty smart guy. Quarterbacks in the NFL have to memorize hundreds of plays and then change them week by week, so it takes some shred of intelligence to play the position. It also takes an acute sense of detail, Theismann said. If he closes his eyes, he can still envision the 1985 Chicago Bears defense and the way it lined up against him during their 45-10 beatdown that season. Similarly, he knows that after he got into the restaurant business that same year, the best way to appeal to customers was to envision the same level of detail. He started asking his hosts who answered phones to include their names when answering the phones. When he asks CEOs who the most important person in a business is, Theismann said he’s often told it’s the person who answers the phone. “It’s the little things that differentiate us that make the biggest difference in customer service,” he said. “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care. That is the essence of customer service.”  FIND YOUR WHY. Theismann knows from firsthand experience that fear is a great motivator. Even at his athletic peak, he could not run a 40-yard dash faster than former lineman Reggie White, who turned out to be an inductee in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. That said, when they played in a game, Theismann outran him when White came barreling toward him. Why? Because fear was his motivator. Beyond the football field, Theismann encouraged attendees to find something they take pride in. Check in with yourself and ask what makes you want to wake up and get moving in the mornings. Whatever that might be – kids, employees, revenue, or outrunning a man trying to tackle you as hard as you can – make it the centerpiece of your decision-making process, Theismann said. “I don’ know what flips your switch, I don’t know what gets you going,” Theismann said. “All I know is life is so precious.”  Once you find the “why,” write down the goals. Theismann estimates that 98% of people don’t actually jot down their short- and long-term ambitions. He remembers walking into meetings with coaches where they had goals listed for the offense, defense and special teams groups. Likewise, most companies have some revenue goals listed somewhere in the office. “Yet in our own lives, we don’t take the time to write down what we want. We don’t bring it out into the physical universe,” Theismann said. “What are you looking for? Write it down. You’ll be amazed how your life starts to go in that direction because it has direction.”  OTHER NOTES FROM THE SHOW During his breakout session, NALP's Bob Mann offered advice on communicating to clients how fertilizers and pesticides get approved by the EPA. Among his tips, Mann encouraged attendees to avoid using complicated jargon only industry experts might know — there's a huge difference between "Polymer coated urea will reduce nitrogen chlorosis" and "a little fertilizer will green that lawn up for you." Also, he recommended engaging with misinformation online with curiosity rather than attacking sources for being incorrect. Dan Gordon, a managing partner at PCO Bookkeepers, told attendees that many companies are operating at a route density efficiency rating of 60% or so. In other words, if an employee works eight hours, over three of those hours are spent driving behind the wheel not actually working on a lawn. He said route density helps bring up gross margin, which also drives up your breakeven point. Using software to help improve route density is his recommendation.

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