Stay Green Honored with Five CLCA Trophy Awards

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California Landscape Contractors Association Recognizes Best Landscaping Companies Throughout California At Annual Convention

Chris Angelo - Stay Green CEO

CEO Chris Angelo

We could not do this without our employees who constantly prioritize safety and quality work. And we want to thank our clients for trusting us to be safe while caring for their properties.

Stay Green Inc., a California-based landscape industry leader, continues to receive recognition regionally and nationally for their superior work in commercial landscaping. Most recently, the California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA) presented Stay Green Inc. with five awards.

“To succeed this year means more,” said Stay Green CEO Chris Angelo. “We were fortunate that the Governor’s order recognized the work we do as essential but navigating the various safety and ever-changing health guidelines was a challenge in and of itself. Having our team work together, support one another, stay healthy, and provide our clients with quality work throughout all that we faced is indescribable. We could not do this without our employees who constantly prioritize safety and quality work. And we want to thank our clients for trusting us to be safe while caring for their properties.”

CLCA’s awards are broken up into categories, highlighting the breath and width of reputable landscape companies. Stay Green received recognition in the following areas: Small Commercial Maintenance, Large Commercial Maintenance, Small HOA Maintenance, Large HOA Maintenance, and Public Works/Sports, Parks and Athletic Facilities.

Public Works/Sports, Parks & Athletic Facilities Maintenance
Within this category, Stay Green Inc. was recognized with the First Place Trophy for Furman Park and an Outstanding Achievement Award for their work at Robert E. Ryan Park. Maintenance had to be financed by public funds to be considered for this category.

Small Commercial Maintenance
Stay Green received the First Place Trophy for The Dome Center and an Outstanding Achievement Award for their work at Parkview Perpetuity, LLC (BofA). Maintenance projects not exceeding monthly contracts of $3,000 were considered in this category.

Large Commercial Maintenance
Within the category of Large Commercial Maintenance, Stay Green was awarded the First Place Trophy for their work at Altadena Town and Country Club.

Large HOA Maintenance
In the category of large HOA maintenance, Stay Green was awarded the First Place Trophy for their work at The Ranch at Fair Oaks and was recognized for their work at The Vineyards at Palmdale with an Outstanding Achievement Award. Maintenance projects on a homeowners’ association with a monthly contract amount greater than $6,000 were placed in this category.

Small HOA Maintenance
Stay Green was also recognized with a First Place Trophy for their work at Icon Playa Vista and an Outstanding Achievement Award for their work at Shea Homes The Cottages in the category of small HOA maintenance. HOA maintenance projects not exceeding monthly contracts of $6,000 were judged in this category.

“We are honored to have received these awards and recognitions. I am proud of our team and the reach we have throughout California. We look forward to 2021 and continuing to deliver superior landscape services and expanding our family of employees and customers,” said Angelo.

About Stay Green
Founded in 1970, Stay Green Inc. (http://www.staygreen.com) provides award-winning landscape maintenance, tree care, and plant health care services for premier residential, commercial and industrial properties throughout California. Stay Green serves clients throughout California and exercises environmental stewardship through its Sustainability Practices, which are applied across all service lines to help customers protect the environment, as well as the bottom line. Stay Green Inc., is recognized as a leading provider of high-quality landscape services, having achieved a 95 percent customer retention rate, along with receiving the industry's most prestigious awards year after year.

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