Irrigation & Lighting opens Watch Us Grow: 2023 Industry Standouts program for entry

Irrigation & Lighting magazine has opened its Watch Us Grow: 2023 Industry Standouts program for this year’s entries.
Apply now to be featured in print and online as a company leader encouraging growth through best practices and development strategies.

Irrigation & Lighting magazine, Fairfax, Virginia, has opened its Watch Us Grow: 2023 Industry Standouts program for this year’s entries.

The Watch Us Grow: 2023 Industry Standouts program sponsored by Heritage Landscape Supply Group celebrates irrigation and lighting service providers that have had a successful year and shares their stories in a feature in the print magazine and online. Not only does it spotlight success stories, being recognized can boost business even more.


“Being featured in the 2021 Watch Us Grow: 2021 Industry Standouts program has brought us quite a bit of notoriety and attention from not only existing clients but new clients too,” says Connor Zielinski, president of Irri Design Studio, Kissimmee, Florida, and one of the winners in 2021. “As the business and team continues to grow, we are sticking to our roots and implementing strong communication skills throughout our new employees and continuing with our original growth strategies.”

Industry professionals can find out more and submit applications for this year’s event by clicking here. Several of the best success stories will be featured in a series of company profiles online and in Issue 2 of the print edition of Irrigation & Lighting, to be released in June. All entries must be turned in by April 1. As an incentive, those who complete the application will be entered into a drawing to receive a Solo Stove Bonfire fire pit, supplied by Heritage Landscape Supply Group.

“The program gives contractors a chance to brag, and focuses on companies, both large and small, that are doing things differently to tackle the challenges of day-to-day business in the industry,” says Kyle Brown, Irrigation & Lighting editor-in-chief. “Last year, four professionals from different backgrounds and skillsets were chosen to be featured for their efforts in supporting successful business growth.”

Check out last year’s winners and enter your company for recognition for this year’s class of winners.

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