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From our executive officers to our branch managers, the Ruppert Landscape management team is comprised of experienced landscape professionals.

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OUR COMPANY HISTORY

1971

At age 18, Craig Ruppert creates Ruppert Lawn Service, a residential lawn and garden maintenance operation that he runs from his family’s backyard with one used pick-up truck.

2018

With over 1500 employees and 23 branches located in PA, MD, DC, VA, NC, GA, and TX, Ruppert Landscape is one of the largest commercial landscape companies in the industry.

1976

Ruppert Landscape Company is incorporated and focuses primarily on commercial landscape maintenance and installation.

1998

Ruppert Landscape Company’s services and equipment are sold during a period of industry consolidation. Ruppert Nurseries remains and continues to operate under Ruppert management.

2003

The sale’s non-compete agreement expires. Ruppert re-enters the commercial landscape market from its Laytonsville, MD headquarters.

1971

At age 18, Craig Ruppert creates Ruppert Lawn Service, a residential lawn and garden maintenance operation that he runs from his family’s backyard with one used pick-up truck.

1976

Ruppert Landscape Company is incorporated and focuses primarily on commercial landscape maintenance and installation.

1998

Ruppert Landscape Company’s services and equipment are sold during a period of industry consolidation. Ruppert Nurseries remains and continues to operate under Ruppert management.

2003

The sale’s non-compete agreement expires. Ruppert re-enters the commercial landscape market from its Laytonsville, MD headquarters.

2018

With over 1500 employees and 23 branches located in PA, MD, DC, VA, NC, GA, and TX, Ruppert Landscape is one of the largest commercial landscape companies in the industry.

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Financial Wellness: Saving Money

Saving money is one of the most important financial habits you can practice, and it does not have to be hard! Now is the time to make sure saving money is part of your plan.

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Kyle Meissner Promoted to Forestville, MD Branch Manager

Ruppert Landscape is pleased to announce the promotion of Kyle Meissner to the position of branch manager in the company’s Forestville, Maryland landscape management branch.

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Financial Wellness: Planning and Budgeting

To celebrate April as National Financial Literacy Month, we will be discussing four steps to financial wellness. In the first article of this series, we focus on the importance of planning and budgeting.

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Ruppert Landscape Partners with HeroHomes to Donate Landscape to Wounded Veteran

On Friday, March 29th, 20 members from Ruppert Landscape’s Virginia landscape construction branch partnered with HeroHomes to donate and install landscaping for a wounded veteran and his family.

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Ruppert Landscape Promotes Three in Georgia

Steve Faber has been promoted to region manager in the company’s landscape management division. Additionally, Kurt Myers and Michael Vispi have been promoted to the position of branch manager.

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Turning Ideas & Goals into Actions

Business Development Consultant Chad Prinkey encourages us to think about how we are going to take the goals and ideas we’ve generated over the course of MDD and turn them into meaningful actions.

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Ruppert Landscape Employees Honored at Annual Awards Banquet

Ruppert Landscape employees were honored recently as the company presented its annual awards at a banquet held at the Hilton McLean in Tysons Corner, VA

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Our Differences Unite Us

CEO Craig Ruppert talks about the many differences that make us unique and the core values that bring us together.

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Ruppert Promotes Ethan Brown to Alexandria, VA Branch Manager

Ruppert Landscape is pleased to announce the promotion of Ethan Brown to the position of branch manager in the company’s Alexandria, Virginia landscape management branch.

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Raise Your Game: Improving Performance

Our MDD Keynote Speaker Alan Stein, Jr. tells us how to achieve championship-level performance, cohesion, and accountability.

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