Local landscaping company, which embodies the spirit of CASE commitment to being a company on the move and delivering real-world innovation, earns six months of using a CASE CTL and one year of business mentorship
RACINE, Wis., September 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — News about improved potency is breaking out today in Fort Valley, Ga. (population 8,817) as CASE Construction Equipment Terry McNair and its place Fort Valley landscaping company Real Turf Solutions, recipient of the CASE Kickstart business development program for 2022.
“We salute Terry for his entrepreneurial spirit, his people-oriented approach and his dedication to his entire team,” said Terry Dolanvice-president – North America, CASE Building materials. “Although we have over 180 years of experience at CASE, we – like Terry – move forward like a startup and create solutions rooted in customer needs. Through CASE Kickstart, we are honored to help people and women who operate our equipment every day, pursue their career aspirations and fulfill their dreams.”
For McNair, the drive for meaningful change in his business began with a very real and personal experience. “My eldest son was diagnosed with cancer when he was 10 and we were told he would never walk again. It changed my perspective and my goals. Today he is completely cured.” After countless hours in hospitals and days away from work, McNair’s vision for his business, located 25 miles southwest of Builder, evolved. “We started making changes. I hired a new management team and developed a culture of ‘changing lives’. Everything has changed for the better since then,” he said.
As part of the grand prize, McNair will deploy a CASE compact track loader and attachment in its business for six months and receive one year of business consulting with Envisor Consulting. Owners Ken Thomas and Ben Gandi will dive deep into McNair’s business through its proprietary Green Dot operating system, which provides a roadmap that simplifies, streamlines and ensures organizational development success and long-term sustainability.
Equipment support, training and related advice is provided by GeorgiaTidewater Equipment Company, CASE dealer based in Tidewater.
Four CASE Kickstart finalists were also named – each got a six-month eLearning subscription from Envisor Academy – Envisor’s online training hub, which offers training courses, seminars and workshops. that will help winners apply proven business principles of landscaping to their operations.
The four finalists are Darren Peters of the patio and landscape of Peters (St. Kenyon, Minn.), Ricky Parmar of Castleridge Landscaping (Rocky View County, Alberta, Canada), William Lindsey Luxury Applied Sciences (Strasburg, Colorado), and alex mackay of Beaumack Solutions (Three Hills, Alberta, Canada).
For more information on CASE Construction Equipment and its full range of solutions and services for the landscaping industry, visit CaseCE.com/landscaping.
CASE Construction Equipment is a global manufacturer of a full line of construction equipment that combines generations of manufacturing expertise with practical innovations. CASE is dedicated to improving productivity, simplifying operation and maintenance while reducing total cost of ownership for fleets worldwide. The CASE dealer network sells and supports this world-class equipment, offering personalized after-sales support packages, hundreds of accessories, genuine parts and fluids as well as industry-leading warranties and a flexible financing. More than a manufacturer, CASE is committed to giving back by dedicating time, resources and equipment to build communities. This includes supporting disaster response, investing in infrastructure, and nonprofit organizations that provide housing and resources to those in need.
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SOURCE CASE Building materials