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  • 25
  • Aug2020

Clean Air Lawn Care San Antonio

Clean Air Lawn Care San Antonio

Bringing Electric, Organic Lawn Care to San Antonio Clean Air Lawn Care San Antonio owner, Bobby OBrien, loves his city. In our very first conversation, Bobby practically waxed poetic about all San Antonio has to offer, from colorful festivals to riverwalk restaurants to vibrant culture. It’s clear that Bobby wants to make a positive impact […]

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  • 16
  • Jun2020

Turnkey Franchise Opportunities

Turnkey Franchise Opportunities

We’ve heard from a lot of our franchise owners that one of the many reasons why they decided to become a Clean Air Lawn Care franchise owner was because we offered a “turnkey” business plan and model. Entrepreneurs and potential franchise owners come to us first for our innovative, sustainable, and turnkey lawn care business […]

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  • 30
  • Apr2020

Interview with Kelly Giard, CEO and Founder

Interview with Kelly Giard, CEO and Founder

This interview with Kelly Giard covers a lot of ground in a short amount of time! It’s a great place to start if you’re looking into our franchise opportunities. Host Lee Kantor of Business Radio X  asks our CEO and founder about the Clean Air Lawn Care business model and history, approach to COVID-19 disruption, how […]

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  • 06
  • Aug2019

Your Post-Military Career: Why franchise?

Your Post-Military Career: Why franchise?

Why Veterans and Franchises are the Perfect Fit Franchisors across the country are noticing that interest from veterans looking for a post-military career is increasing. As it is, veterans already account for a large percentage of US franchise owners. VetFran reports that 14% of franchise owners are veterans, but they only account for 7% of […]

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  • 11
  • Jul2019

Lawn Pesticides and Pets

Lawn Pesticides and Pets

The evidence continues to mount that lawn pesticides are harmful to pets (as well as humans and wildlife).  From weed killers to toxic insecticides, it all plays a role in making your dog sick. Dogs tend to be the pets that come into contact the most with harmful lawn pesticides, but other outdoor-loving pets are […]

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