February 24, 2012 (Albuquerque, NM) – ForeverLawn of Tampa Bay, the exclusive ForeverLawn dealer serving the greater Tampa Bay area, has been named a top five volume leader in North America and the number one K9Grass volume leader. ForeverLawn of Tampa Bay, a local astro turf dealership, has seen a tremendous increase in residential and commercial landscape installations over the last year. The high-quality artificial grass provides years of maintenance-free enjoyment, and eliminates the need for water, fertilizer, pesticides, mowing, and constant re-sodding. More Tampa Bay residents and business owners are realizing the value.
ForeverLawn of Tampa Bay owner Chris Powell started the company in 2009. In a down economy, the firm has increased revenue each year. "The ForeverLawn synthetic grass products are such a great solution for our grass challenges in Florida," said Powell. "They provide our clients with lush, green lawns that require no water, and little maintenance. It’s a great honor to receive the recent awards, and I'm thankful to all of my clients who have trusted ForeverLawn of Tampa Bay. We were fortunate to do some of the nicest houses in Tampa Bay and several amazing playgrounds across the region."
As the number one K9Grass dealer in North America, ForeverLawn of Tampa Bay installed several dog parks for the City of Tampa and several private kennels and boarding facilities. Powell says, "K9Grass is so unique and I know first-hand how challenging it is to find a good durable surface for dogs. With K9Grass, the lawn is always green, the dogs stay clean, and better yet, the dogs don’t bring any of that dirt they love to dig back in the house anymore. For commercial and residential projects, it is a fantastic solution. Any dog owners in Tampa Bay should check out the public dog parks at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park and Channelside. Also go visit the fantastic Royal Pets Market and Resort on North Dale Mabry."
ForeverLawn of Tampa Bay can be reached by phone at 813.436.9222, or by filling out the contact form to the left.