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Massey Services Receives 2011 OBJ Readers’ Choice Award

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The Orlando-based company was named “Best Landscaping Company,” Readers’ Choice Award, for 2011 by the Orlando Business Journal (OBJ).

| January 2, 2012

ORLANDO, Fla. - Massey Services was recently named “Best Landscaping Company,” Readers’ Choice Award, for 2011 by the Orlando Business Journal (OBJ).

The award, based entirely on votes cast by Central Florida residents, was reported in the business periodical this month. Massey Services currently operates in Florida, Georgia and Louisiana, offering landscape services that include pest, weed and disease control & prevention, fertilization, aeration and irrigation maintenance.

“We are delighted to receive this recognition from our Central Florida customers,” said Tony Massey, president and chief operating officer of Massey Services. “Our customers are our top priority and to be recognized by them as the best is truly an honor.”

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