As a Landscape Professional, we know your time is limited and more valuable than ever. Between servicing customers, getting new business, and managing your ongoing operations, we understand that there’s just not enough time to get it all done.
So for busy professionals like you, it makes sense to get timely information about special offers, new resources, educational tips and upcoming events delivered right to your email inbox.
What every Landscape Pro needs to know right in your inbox.
Consider subscribing to the new Pacific Nurseries eNewsletter. In addition to our website and blog, our eNewsletter keeps our busy customers connected to valuable content that will make them more knowledgeable, effective, and profitable.
The newsletter includes selected articles and updates from the Bay Area landscaping community that helps our subscribers get the most relevant and valuable information to better serve their customers. It also informs subscribers of featured plants at Pacific Nurseries, updates to our Prime Plant List, and news about special promotions and events. And best of all, it’s absolutely free.
We spend a lot of time and effort to continually improve the eNewsletter with new features and content that is timely and easy to share with other landscape pros, associates, or friends.
Signing up couldn’t be easier.
All that you have to do is enter your email address in the convenient Subscription Box at the top of the column on the right side of this page.
Once you hit the SUBSCRIBE button, we’ll send you a confirmation e-mail acknowledging that you’ve opted-in to receive our eNewsletter. And after you confirm your submission, that’s all there is to it.
Our eNewsletter will just show up in your email inbox when we publish the next edition. There’s no obligation and you can always unsubscribe or change the e-mail address where you want your subscription delivered.
Stay in the loop and don’t miss a thing.
So, don’t wait. Sign up to start receiving all the benefits of our eNewsletter today. And never miss out on timely information that every Bay Area landscape pro needs to know.