ManageMowed Launches New Approach to Commercial Landscape Management in St. Louis County

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Local Entrepreneur Launches Innovative Landscape Management Concept Serving St. Louis County Commercial Properties and Facilities

May 12, 2022 // // ST. LOUIS – ManageMowed, a commercial landscape management franchise, today announced it has signed a new franchise agreement to expand its presence in Missouri.

Differentiated by its innovative outsourcing model, ManageMowed offers a smarter, more streamlined solution to commercial landscaping by managing customer relationships as well as a network of local owner-operator landscaping vendors to ensure that properties and commercial facilities are maintained without hassle.

ManageMowed in St. Louis County will operate under the local ownership of Scott Carlson, whose extensive experience in industrial sales has prepared him well to grow his business portfolio with commercial properties in the area. Serving businesses and properties in Maryland Heights, Creve Coeur, Des Peres, Town and Country and Kirkwood, Carlson plans to launch its services in early April 2022.

“Interest in facilities management services is at an all-time high, and ManageMowed’s business model is exactly what commercial property owners in the Greater St. Louis area need,” said Carlson. “I look forward to developing professional relationships and relationships with local business owners and facility managers in the area. ManageMowed’s people, processes and culture are a perfect fit for the next step in my career. »

ManageMowed specializes in giving businesses the traction needed to attract new customers and make a lasting first impression. Additionally, ManageMowed is focused on improving the safety, security and preservation of its customers’ assets, all supported by a comprehensive quality control plan and streamlined customer communication. ManageMowed’s laser focus is to deliver high quality results and solutions to its clients in the fastest time to market.

ManageMowed offers a full landscape maintenance service, including maintenance of lawns, mulch beds, shrubs and trees; site inspections and assessments; property improvements such as storm cleanup, irrigation maintenance, fertilization, snow removal and other seasonal services. The business model is designed to streamline services for commercial property and facility managers, such as self-storage businesses, gas stations, hotels, shopping complexes, and more.

“We are excited to expand our presence in St. Louis and serve the entire community through our strong business model, and Scott is the perfect person to lead the charge. His extensive sales experience is exactly what we are looking for to grow our business,” said Peter Roberts, co-founder of ManageMowed. “This is an important milestone for us as we continue to establish the ManageMowed brand in new markets, expand our presence in existing markets, and move closer to our goal of expanding across the country in the years to come.”

ManageMowed, which currently has operations in California, Colorado, Oregon, Texas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Missouri and Washington, is well positioned for breakthrough growth as it aims to award 31 new territories by the end of 2022.

ManageMowed’s franchise opportunity requires little overhead and little to no labor while providing fast start-up time, recurring revenue, and the ability for franchisees to achieve a favorable work-life balance. The brand is equipped with a comprehensive franchise support structure, with training, operations, marketing and technology systems for its franchisees.

For more information about ManageMowed in St. Louis County, visit

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