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Genesis Turfgrass Joins PROKoZ

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Genesis Turfgrass is the newest member of PROKoZ, a cooperative group of independent distributors in the turf and ornamental markets.

| March 5, 2014

ALPHARETTA, Ga. – PROKoZ, a cooperative group of independent distributors in the turf and ornamental markets announced that effective March 03, Genesis Turfgrass became the newest owner to join the group.

PROKoZ President John Johnson stated, “We are very excited about the addition of Genesis to the PROKoZ family. Mike and Genesis Team align with our ownership’s values and they bring a great deal of experience and knowledge to PROKoZ and the branded partnerships we represent.”

Genesis President and CEO Mike Del Biondo said, “We are very grateful for the opportunity to join PROKoZ. The outstanding management, ownership, and supplier partners make PROKoZ a very desirable organization for Genesis to be aligned with. Strategically, I believe that our ownership creates a mutually beneficial partnership for both organizations and we are very excited to be a part of it”.

 

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