EP Henry kicked off its 2013 HeroScaping program—the company’s Active Military and Veterans Donation Program launched last year—during a special awards presentation at the company’s annual Mid-Atlantic Hardscaping Trade Show.
The Mid-Atlantic Hardscaping Trade Show (MAHTS), the original and longest-running educational forum and trade show in North America for professionals in the hardscaping industry, will be held in two locations in 2013. Presented by EP Henry, a leading manufacturer of unit concrete products, MAHTS brings together construction and business skills training, industry certification, and arena and classroom education with the opportunity to network and gain recognition among industry suppliers, distributors and peers.
Todd Cohen, a popular keynote speaker on the topic of building sales culture for the landscape and hardscape industry, announced today he will present keynote speeches at two industry conferences hosted by Mid Atlantic Hardscaping Trade Show (MAHTS). He also will present his “Sales Culture Workshops™” as well as hosting a sales roundtable at both events.
In an effort to advocate increased adoption of permeable pavement solutions by the environmental protection and transportation agencies, EP Henry and ICPI (Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute) jointly hosted a special event and demonstration for U.S. Representative Frank A. LoBiondo (NJ-02) yesterday at the Woolwich Township Municipal Building in Swedesboro, NJ.
EP Henry, the premier family-owned and operated manufacturer of Hardscaping™ products in North America, has introduced ECOCenter™, the company’s new online resource to help inform architects, engineers, contractors, municipal officials and to help educate environmentally conscious home and business owners about the benefits of sustainable paving options and related environmental concerns.
EP Henry, the premier family-owned and operated manufacturer of Hardscaping™ products in North America, launched ECO Center, a new section of its website to help educate environmentally conscious businesses and homeowners about Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavers (PICP) and the company's ECO ® Line of paving systems.
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In remembrance of those whose lives were lost during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, EP Henry has partnered with Rowan University to construct a new, on-campus memorial. The memorial will be dedicated today at 8:30 a.m., marking the eleventh anniversary of the attacks.
EP Henry, a family-owned American business that specializes in manufacturing Hardscaping™ products such as garden stone, patio brick and more, recently announced their involvement in the Air Advisors Memorial at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey.
In its first year as an exhibitor at the fourth biennial Singapore Garden Festival, Joe Palimeno of Ledden Palimeno Landscape Company took home the top two awards for the Landscape Garden category: "Best in Show" and "Gold."
From inside the Afghan air force headquarters in Kabul came the pop-pop-pop of gunfire. A disgruntled Afghan pilot emptied a 9mm pistol into a group of U.S. air advisers working to rebuild that nation's air force.
It would be an unforgettable and horrific morning in the life of a military lawyer from South Jersey. The cellphone of Lt. Col. Sally Stenton rang shortly after 10 a.m. that day in a NATO office at Kabul International Airport in Afghanistan.
Surrounded by mulch, some flowers and a wheelbarrow or two, Ken Gough, 56, said last week he has found a way to escape from the cares of life temporarily in a gardening program at Trenton Psychiatric Hospital.
6abc is once again using social media to raise money for a worthy cause! From June 8th - June 22nd, WPVI will donate 25¢ to the Liberty USO for every new (incremental) LIKE to the 6abc Action News Facebook page!
EP Henry, the oldest family-owned and operated manufacturer of Hardscaping™ products in America, recently launched HeroScaping™, its Active Military and Veterans Donation Program. For every submitted project installed by an EP Henry contractor, the HeroScaping program will make a donation in the name of the homeowner to one of three military organizations.
With a vision of a green, sustainable building and courtyard in front of the building, Perkins Center for the Arts has garnered the invaluable support of individuals from both the public and private sectors who have a passion for the planet.