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Special Offer from Natural Landscaping Company

Two Tired Services, a natural landscaping company based in Bonita Springs, is offering 50 percent savings on initial lawn mowing, weeding or cleanup services booked during May for Natural Awakenings readers. The company uses only electric and manual equipment, producing much less noise and no pollution.

Owner Ryan Scofield is a member and volunteer with the Florida Native Plant Society, and certified as an independent service provider by the American Green Zone Alliance.

 

Natural Awakenings readers receive work of up to six hours on a single day with the offer; no previous contract is necessary. For more information, call 239-302-8922, email Ryan@TwoTiredServices.com or visit TwoTiredServices.com or Facebook at facebook.com/TwoTiredServices.

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