ManageMowed Roots for local businesses and nonprofits with a national giving campaign


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Leading Commercial Landscape Management Company Launches Giveaway to Celebrate National Moms and Dads Homeownership Day

March 02, 2022 // // EDMONDS, Wa. – Leading commercial landscape management franchise, ManageMowed, has announced the launch of a new donation campaign called “Rooting for Local Business”, which aims to help local business owners and non-profit organizations create an attraction that will make their neighbors green with envy.

Around National Moms and Dads Homeownership Day on March 29, the campaign will award three nationwide winners up to $1,000 in pro bono landscaping services.

“We are excited to launch ‘Rooting for Local Business’ in March, a critical time to properly clean commercial properties ahead of the spring growing season,” said Peter Roberts, co-founder of ManageMowed. “Many businesses and nonprofits have been unable to prioritize the exterior of their properties with all the challenges they have faced over the past two years. Through this campaign, the ManageMowed team will be able to help participants make a lasting first impression on new and existing customers. »

“Rooting for Local Business” will launch on March 1 and submissions will close on March 29. Local businesses and non-profit organizations that wish to participate should submit a registration form on the ManageMowed website at

To be considered for the winning prize, entrants must provide a brief description of why their property needs cleaning that will preserve its existing curb appeal or improve its safety and security. Three winners will be randomly selected from all participating markets.

Offering a smarter solution to commercial landscaping, ManageMowed manages customer relationships as well as a network of local owner-operator landscaping vendors to ensure properties and commercial facilities are maintained hassle-free. ManageMowed offers a complete landscape maintenance service, including maintenance of lawns, beds, shrubs and trees; site inspections and assessments; property improvements such as storm cleanup, irrigation maintenance, fertilization, snow removal and other seasonal services. The business model is designed to streamline services for commercial property and facility managers, such as self-storage businesses, gas stations, hotels, shopping complexes, and more.

To submit your business for a chance to win a free cleanup, visit

To learn more about ManageMowed and its services, visit

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