The winter is a great time to remove or prune trees because trees are dormant, and many trees can be pruned anytime of the year. In the cold months, home owners usually do not think about their trees, mostly because their time spent outdoors is limited. Many people cling to the indoors during the cold months, and tree work slows. In our industry, the winter months are definitely a down time for
TCIA’s annual Winter Management Conference (WMC) 2014, which took place at Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, Bahamas, enjoyed a record attendance of 484 this year. This figure includes 81 first-timers, and shatters the previous attendance record of 373, which was set during WMC 2007 in Aruba.
Arborists often work closely with families in the course of contract jobs, and can sometimes become familiar enough with their clients to exchange life stories, or even take part in them. One such client story was sent to us by Davey Tree Expert Company arborist Nick Crawford, and seemed like the perfect, albeit bittersweet, love story to share on Valentine’s Day.
Let’s face it; the Internet is flooded with reviews and opinions of every business, product and service you can think of. Most customers read about your company online before they even consider picking up the phone. In the digital age, local businesses need a remarkable online reputation to expand their customer base.
We’re offering plenty of exciting programs and excursions at Winter Management Conference (WMC), which takes place at Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, Bahamas February 2 – 6. Some of them are new, but others, such as our popular Voice for Trees (VFT) Political Action Committee Gala and Auction, are tried and true staples of the conference.