Oasis Turf & Tree is proud to announce it has been awarded The Award of Excellence – Silver Award – by the National Association of Landscape Professionals.
Every day is a new day with new opportunities. And the truth is, we never know exactly which direction life is going to take us. A fleeting moment in time could ultimately mean so much more.
That was the case for Dan Kruthaupt.
When Dan was coming out of a gas station one day, he never would have guessed that a scene he passed by would eventually have a profound impact on the future direction of his life and his career.
Dan saw a group of guys from Oasis Turf & Tree hanging out. It was a simple moment, but it stuck with him.
At the time, Dan was looking to make a change in his life. He had held very short-term jobs for mowing companies, but never felt like he found a place where he belonged. He often felt underappreciated and he certainly didn’t like going to work every day.
Tony Reeves will be the first to admit that prior to coming to Oasis Turf & Tree, he didn’t even know lawn care was something that people invested in. He laughs about it today since he now calls turf a “passion” and says one of the most rewarding aspects of his job is following up with clients who have completely transformed their lawns. He says there’s nothing like talking to happy homeowners who have seen the results of their investment pay off.
While he came in without a lawn care background, Tony says that right off the bat, he felt supported by the company.
Wouldn’t you like to love where you work? Are you eager to make it into the office each day? To many that concept probably sounds too good to be true.
In fact, a number of studies over the years that have analyzed the US workforce’s level of enthusiasm for their jobs show that as many as 40 percent of Americans are unhappy where they work. That’s depressing for a number of reasons including the fact that studies also show hating your job can rob you of sleep, affect your social life, and even hurt your immune system.
Former Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman, Dave Lapham, may have hung up his cleats in the mid 1980’s, but he’s remained an active part of the Bengals organization—and the Cincinnati community—ever since.
Lapham is in his 31st consecutive season as the analyst on the Bengals’ radio broadcasts. He is also strongly committed to charity work and giving back to the Cincinnati community. Most recently, Lapham has aligned himself with Oasis Turf & Tree, as the company’s new Color Analyst. In this role, Lapham will be the voice of our radio and television ads and an overall part of our team.
As you’ll be seeing Lapham’s face and hearing his voice more and more around Oasis Turf & Tree, we wanted to take a moment to introduce you to him.
Each year, the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) recognizes industry professionals with awards in the areas of landscaping, lawn care, design/build, installation, container plantings, and erosion control.