The Grass Outlet Expands Marketing to Provide Sod Grass to San Antonio

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Customers can use The Grass Outlet's innovative website to choose a variety of sod grass and have it delivered to their lawn.

Austin sod grass harvested from The Grass Outlet's farm

The Grass Outlet has expanded its marketing to provide direct-from-farm sod grass in San Antonio.

The Grass Outlet’s website will now allow San Antonio residents and businesses to order high-quality sod grass and have it delivered to their door. Customers can look through The Grass Outlet’s 10 varieties of grass and even filter the results by adjusting sliders that reflect factors such as drought tolerance, mowing height, required mowing frequency, shade tolerance, fall color retention and spring green up. With this filter process, customers will be better prepared to choose the best grass for their lawn.

“We’ve wanted to expand our marketing into the San Antonio area for a long time,” said Mike Piwonka, the CEO of The Grass Outlet. “Our goal is to help everyone in Texas get the highest-quality sod grass in order to grow a beautiful lawn, and this expansion into San Antonio will help us achieve that goal.”

Customers can use the website’s sod grass calculator, the Grasstimator, to determine the number of pallets of sod they’ll need for their project. Once a customer has determined how much turfgrass they’ll need, they can explore the varieties of grass offered by The Grass Outlet, including Zoysia, St. Augustine, Buffalo and Bermuda.

About The Grass Outlet

The Grass Outlet is a direct-from-farm sod grass store headquartered in Austin, Texas. The Grass Outlet provides fresh, high-quality grass to homes and businesses in Austin, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio direct from its farms along the Texas Gulf Coast. The store is able to ensure that customers receive the freshest grass available by harvesting grass from the farm on an order basis only. Customers can choose from 10 varieties of turfgrass, including two St. Augustine varieties, Density Buffalo, three varieties of Bermuda grass and four types of Zoysia.


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