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Stay Green Inc. is expanding its services in Kern County with the opening of a new Bakersfield operations center, which officially launched with a Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday.

“We are so excited to expand our relationship with the thriving Bakersfield community,” said Stay Green CEO Chris Angelo. “The new facility will broaden our service capabilities in the area, and will place members of our leadership team directly into the community they serve. This is an important step forward for our company and its connection to Bakersfield.”

The ribbon cutting ceremony at the new operations center was preceded by the presentation of seven certificates of recognition from Bakersfield-area elected officials. Special guest speakers included Bakersfield City Council member Andrae Gonzalez and Hillary Haenes, representing the Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce.

The new Stay Green operations center is located at 760 Angus Lane in Bakersfield. About 70 people attended the ribbon cutting celebration, which was followed by lunch and refreshments.
Attendees also had the opportunity to hear from Brian Stephens and Joshua Thompson, the leaders of Stay Green’s Bakersfield team, both of whom are residents of Bakersfield with deep ties to the community.

“It’s important to have a strong connection with the community you serve, and Brian and Josh both care a great deal for the Bakersfield community,” Angelo said. “We’re proud to have them leading our new Bakersfield operation.”

Stay Green was recently named one of the top 100 landscape companies in North America by Lawn and Landscape Magazine. The family-owned company’s headquarters are in Santa Clarita, and its more than 300 employees serve clients throughout Southern California including Kern County, Santa Barbara County, Ventura County, Los Angeles County, San Bernardino County, Orange County, Riverside County and San Diego County.

About Stay Green
Founded in 1970, Stay Green Inc. (www.staygreen.com) provides award-winning landscape maintenance, tree care, and plant health care services for premiere residential, commercial and industrial properties throughout Southern California. Stay Green serves clients throughout Southern California, and exercises environmental stewardship through its Sustainability Practices, which are applied across all service lines to help customers protect the environment as well as the bottom line. Stay Green Inc. is recognized as a leading provider of high-quality landscape services, having achieved a 95 percent customer retention rate, along with receiving the industry’s most prestigious awards.

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Stay Green CEO Chris Angelo, flanked by Stay Green team members and Bakersfield dignitaries, holds the ribbon as City Councilman Andrae Gonzalez prepares to perform the ceremonial ribbon cutting at the new Stay Green Bakersfield operations center.


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Stay Green CEO Chris Angelo welcomes guests to the ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of Stay Green’s new Bakersfield operations center.


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Members of the crowd applaud during the ribbon cutting ceremony at Stay Green’s new Bakersfield operations center.

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