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Austell, Georgia (June 7, 2010) -  Today, HighGrove Partners was presented an award for being one of Cobb County’s Top 25 Small Businesses of 2010 by the Cobb Chamber of Commerce.

Being selected as one of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce’s Top 25 Small Businesses of 2010 is a unique honor given only to the best small businesses in Cobb County. Applications were judged by an independent group of community business leaders based upon the following criteria: being a member of the Cobb Chamber, being a for-profit organization, demonstrating an increase in sales and/or unit volume, having been in business at least three years, showing evidence of contributions to community-oriented projects and complying with the U.S. Small Business Administration’s size standards in defining a small business.

“We are thrilled and honored with this accolade. This award belongs to every employee of HighGrove. It is a testament to the quality of people in our organization and is the result of great people working together,” states Bill Lincicome, Chief Creative Officer and Partner with HighGrove Partners.

“During our 21 years in business, our ability to absolutely and positively capitalize on change has been a key ingredient.  What truly makes HighGrove Partners a success is our uncompromising spirit and culture of innovation, and I’m especially proud of how prominently this has been displayed during a time when we’ve had a particularly challenging economic environment,” says Jim McCutcheon, Chief Executive Officer and Partner with HighGrove Partners.

 

About HighGrove Partners

Serving the needs of metropolitan Atlanta since 1989, HighGrove Partners provides a comprehensive range of landscape and land development services to office parks, commercial buildings, and institutional and community facilities. Services include landscape architecture, design-build, installation, land development services, maintenance, seasonal color, irrigation and water management.