Blog June 2013

In the Green Landscaping Referral Program

Posted On: June 18, 2013

Send us a Referral or Post a Google review

 

Customer Referral Program 

We would like to Thank You, our satisfied customers, for being a part of the In The Green Landscaping  family. We have developed a Referral Program so you earn cash rewards when your friends and family come to In The Green Landscaping  for their Landscaping & Irrigation needs. We aim to help more Long Island Homeowners create value and equity in their home, in exchange, you will receive up to $100 per referral! 

Here’s how it works: 

    If a customer you refer purchases a service under $2500.00, we will send you a $25.00 thank You.

    If a customer you refer purchases a service $2501.00 - $5000.00, we will send you a $50.00 thank you.

    If a customer you refer purchases a service over $5001.00, we will send you a $100.00 thank you. 

 

There is no limit to the number of referrals you can send in! Five referrals can earn you up to $500! Ten referrals can earn you up to $1000.

Send us an email to info@inthegreenlandscaping.com with your referral’s name, phone, address, and your contact information.

Once the project is complete, we will send out your Visa gift card.

 

Post a Google review online

 

We’ve developed another way to show our appreciation for our In The Green Landscaping  customers!

Are you happy with the work we’ve completed on your home? If so, share your experience with other homeowners online. Post a positive review and we will send you a $25 Visa Gift Card as a thank you.  After completing your Google review, email the link to info@inthegreenlandscaping.com and we will send out your gift.

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Finding Solitude at Monet’s Gardens - Some ideas for your garden

Posted On: June 08, 2013

Early in the day, a breeze made the purple blossoms of wisteria, dangling from a steel gray vine draped over a stone wall, dance. The busy aural embroidery of bird song that had awakened us an hour earlier had yet to fade. As we approached a man with a pungent pipe walking his dog on the main street in Giverny, an hour west of Paris by car, he nodded at us knowingly. “Vous serez les premiers,” he said with a chuckle. “Bonne visite!”     

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