This season is a great time to give thanks. Even if it’s past Thanksgiving, it’s important to acknowledge and appreciate the blessings you have. And that’s exactly what the team at Parke wants to do this year. The team of arborists and landscapers are thankful for such a prosperous year filled with beautiful trees and great experiences.
Here are just a few things the team at the Parke Company is thankful for this year:
One of the best parts about Nashville is the landscape and parks in the area. Percy Warner, Edwin Warner, the Harpeth and Centennial Park are just a few. The trees, landscape and wildlife draw visitors to these locations every day. The Parke Company and the team of arborists and landscape workers are privileged to work in a community where nature and wildlife thrive. In addition, they love that areas throughout Nashville and Middle Tennessee are preserved for many years to come.
Historical trees and landmarks are some the Parke Company’s favorite places to visit and, in some cases, provide tree care. They’re thankful for the rich, cultural history these trees provide the city, and the beauty that these old trees behold. The Battle of Nashville Tree is just one of many of the historical trees you can find around the Middle Tennessee area.
This is a no-brainer for the team at Parke! Our customers are our most treasured aspect of the business. Without them, the arborists and landscape team wouldn’t have any trees or landscape to preserve and help prosper. In addition, the clientele is a huge reason why the Parke Company loves doing what we do. The community makes it all worth it.
The list of thankfulness goes on and on at the Parke Company, but these are just a few things we appreciate the most! From trees, to parks, to customers, the Parke Company loves providing tree care to the greater Nashville area. As the year comes to a close, the team loves to reminisce about the last several months and anticipate about what is to come in the new year ahead. Want more information about tree care or landscape services from the Parke Company? Or do you just want to learn more about Nashville parks and historical trees? Contact Parke today for more information. And Happy Holidays from the Parke Company! We are thankful for you!