GetGreenTurf.com is a brand-new and unique on-line resource that offers lawn care operators and other landscape professionals the opportunity to find out what their industry peers are doing, and how they’re meeting and overcoming the same challenges.
Loveland, CO (PRWEB) November 04, 2011
GetGreenTurf.com, a new professional turf community Web site launched today, offering turf professionals from both the landscape and golf markets a completely customizable community to learn and share green industry best practices.
“GetGreenTurf.com is a brand-new and unique on-line resource that offers lawn care operators and other landscape professionals the opportunity to find out what their industry peers are doing, and how they’re meeting and overcoming the same challenges,” said Marty Grunder, President of Grunder Landscaping Inc., “The approach behind GetGreenTurf.com is unique, and I strongly believe in the value of the online community the Web site offers turf professionals in both the LCO and golf markets.”
A large part of the strategy surrounding the development of GetGreenTurf.com has been around information, and the move towards fresh, current and user-contributed content. To that end, Grunder, a respected motivational speaker and green industry expert, will be contributing a new column to the site monthly in addition to the authenticated, user-populated content.
“GetGreenTurf.com offers a number of great tips and techniques that can be applied across almost any green industry setting to help users grow their business,” said Grunder “That’s one of the big benefits of GetGreenTurf.com – the site not only offers best practice ideas on how to grow green, but also how to earn it at the same time!”
GetGreenTurf.com has been designed to allow peers to share best practices with peers through dynamic, user-authenticated forums. Once fully launched, the site’s interactive functionality will facilitate the green industry community coming together online to share knowledge and grow.
Another unique feature of the site is the ability for the end-user to self-select their experience on GetGreenTurf.com, either from an LCO or a golf perspective. Once a path is selected, the end-user is presented with a series of columns and articles designed especially for their perspective, written by their peers, and allowed the opportunity to join discussion forums with the content most applicable to them.
“So much of the professional turf industry is universal,” said Grunder. “But so much is not. There are specific differences in knowledge base, budgetary constraints, client perspective and on and on between the various facets of the green industry. GetGreenTurf.com is unique in that golf superintendents will find it as useful as LCOs, and vice versa.”
In its launch phase, each user who signs up to participate on GetGreenTurf.com will be entered to win one of two Apple iPad® 2s.
“Every user who signs up to participate in the GetGreenTurf.com community will be eligible to win an iPad 2,” said Grunder. “The iPad 2 is a great tool to view the mobile-optimized GetGreenTurf.com.”
The Apple iPad 2 promotion closes November 30. Full sweepstakes rules can be found at GetGreenTurf.com/sweepstake-rules.html.
GetGreenTurf.com is an online professional turf community Web site, designed to host the very latest in practical advice in best practice across both the professional lawn care & landscape and golf sectors. Additionally, GetGreenTurf.com features a robust comments and community forum, designed to host authenticated user-content, tips and techniques, along with articles and columns offering users advice and tools to help grow their business.
GetGreenTurf.com is promoted by DURATION CR® Controlled-Release Fertilizer, Spread it & Forget it™ Controlled-Release Fertilizer, Loveland Products Inc.®, Multiguard® Protect EC, NITROFORM® Slow-Release Fertilizer, NUTRALENE® Slow-Release Fertilizer, XCU® Slow-Release Fertilizer and AMP® Micronutrients. For more information, please visit http://www.GetGreenTurf.com.
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Rob Stevenson, Canyon Communications