The Pugh’s Earthworks Team Knows the Best Summer Heat Tolerant Plants

Pugh's Earthworks Currently Serves More Than 300 Commercial Clients. Summer heat is just around the corner. When it comes to selecting Summer Heat Tolerant Plants, leave the task to the professional and certified landscape technicians at Pugh's Earthworks. Commercial Landscapes need to be properly maintained and selection of the proper plants and shrubs is a critical element to that process. Property Owners whether Retail Centers, Industrial Centers, Hospitals, Apartment Complexes and more, rely on the impression customers and prospects have when they arrive at a property. No one wants to see brown and dead plants decorating a nice Commercial Property. Pugh's Earthworks serves the Mid-South which is a warm region in the US. We know the best plants to use for Commercial Landscaping. Our team will analyze the soil, amounts of sun verses shade etc. and make a recommendation on what would be the best plant or shrub to install. Below are some popular Heat Tolerant plants. Egyptian Star Cluster - Also known as Pentas, this is a tropical plant that is native to Africa, Arabia, and Madagascar so they are used to the heat. In fact, they bloom more in full sun. Lacey Blue Russian Sage - Not only does it add purple to your landscape, but this heat and drought tolerant plant also has a sturdy, compact form that keeps it standing tall. It loves full sun. Penstemon - This is a tubular flowering plant that thrives in full sun and loves the heat. This flowering plant is available in different colors. Reflexed Stonecrop - This is a succulent plant that tolerates dry and hot conditions. It works well in a rock garden or drought-friendly commercial landscape. Compact Lantana - This dense, compact, heat-loving shrub delivers a continuous display of multi-colored flowers which open as chiffon yellow and transition to fuchsia pink. The shrub thrives in full sun. Kudos Gold Dwarf Hummingbird Mint - In the blazing sun, this gold-hued flowering plant offers a dazzling touch to your landscape. It tolerates heat and drought. And, as its name implies, it attracts hummingbirds. Gold Sturm Black-Eyed Susan - This flowering plant offers a long bloom season and loves full sun and heat. The beautiful flowers can be cut and displayed in a bouquet. Lemon Verbena - These only require water weekly which makes them a good summer heat plant. They produce white flowers in late summer and a sweet citrusy smell. Cosmos - Ideal for desert like gardens these are native to Mexico. They are low maintenance annuals and produce flowers similar to Daisies. Marigold - While other plants struggle in hot weather, Marigolds bloom and thrive. They are great in containers or in flower beds. Contact Pugh's Earthworks today to learn how we can offer these heat-tolerant plants, flowering plants, and shrubs and others for your commercial landscape. Pugh's Earthworks Handles Installation of Summer Heat Tolerant Plants Pugh’s Earthworks is a leading commercial landscape installation and maintenance company. We have been providing commercial landscaping services since 1992 and specialize is landscape and lawn maintenance for commercial customers. Currently [...]

Pugh’s Earthworks will Expertly Assist to Design Commercial Office Patio Landscapes

Pugh's Earthworks “We Love Our Customers” and “We Appreciate the Opportunity to Serve.” I worked in corporate for a good many years and I cannot remember more than two or three really nice Commercial Office Patio Landscapes. Most of the time this was not a top priority. However, for those few very nice Office outdoor gathering spots, they were used smartly for customer after hour events for wine and hors d' oeuvres. They were also nice places for employees to take a breather and recharge. Pugh's Earthworks is a premiere Commercial Landscaping Company doing business in the Mid-South. One of our specialties is Commercial Landscape Design. After we consult with our clients and fully understand what design they are desiring, we are able to deliver the precise end result they requested. This includes Commercial Office Patio Landscapes. How nice it is to have a spot with fragrant plants or herbs and gorgeous hardscapes with comfortable furniture. If you are desiring to create such a lovely courtyard and are not sure how to get started, please reach out to Pugh's Earthworks. One of our certified and highly experienced technicians would be honored to visit with you and jointly go through the process. A few things to consider when speaking with us are: Space Size - You may be limited to how large your office courtyard can be. Do not worry as the professionals at Pugh's Earthworks are masters at turning all size spaces into outdoor paradises. Choosing the right plants, trees, furniture and hardscape will all be handled by us with your approval. Lighting and Fireplace - There is no question that proper lighting sets the stage for a great outdoor evening experience. If you are wanting to hold a customer appreciation cocktail hour, our professionals can install the lighting that will impress your customers. In addition, a Fireplace is nice just about any time of year. We can install those as well. Decorations - Sometimes it is best to have one really large feature in the office courtyard to draw attention than to have too many small ones that make it look cluttered. Things like a Reflecting Pool, Decorative Path and Plant Containers are great eye-catching features to consider. Plants and Trees - The certified Pugh's Earthworks technician will analyze the office courtyard space. Issues like available space for tree and shrub growth, amount of sun and even soil conditions have to be planned to make the space optimum. The bottom line is that when you consider the value of your project it makes sense to hire a Pugh’s Earthworks Certified Landscape Technician. Whether your project is big or small our skilled professionals can take you through all phases of your job request.  From plant science, soil science, landscape design, irrigation design and installation, computer-aided drafting, pesticide and fertilizer application, plant and tree care, you will be served by the best in the industry!   Pugh's Earthworks Commercial Office Patio Landscapes We invite you to please visit our [...]

Consult with Pugh’s Earthworks regarding Commercial Sprinkler Installation

Pugh's Earthworks has been serving Commercial Clients since 1992 A key component to a healthy and beautiful Commercial Landscape is the process of Commercial Sprinkler Installation. When you consider the Commercial Landscaping Companies that offer this installation, be sure to speak with a professional at Pugh's Earthworks. Spring is a great time of year to start the process of installation. The ground is warmer allowing for easier trenching. In addition, it is early enough in the year to allow for grass to spread and cover the installation bare spots. You probably will not need to run the system until the weather gets hot and dry but at least you will be ready. Sprinkler systems are so vital for so many reasons. All types of businesses use Commercial Sprinkler Systems. Retail Shopping Centers, Restaurants, Hotels, Office Parks and Hospitals use them. Pugh's Earthworks specializes in Commercial Landscaping for these types of businesses. Below are some benefits of Commercial Sprinkler Installation. Economically Beneficial - A sophisticated and properly installed system can properly apply water. The use of a timer makes the water come on at the optimum time of day to reduce the evaporation. In addition, the sprinkler mapping is done in such a way that areas on grass, flower beds and trees receive the ample amount of water to keep them healthy and beautiful. Convenient Maintenance - Generally speaking a properly installed system should not require a great deal of maintenance. However, the professionals at Pugh's Earthworks will do a routine annual maintenance check to be sure the system is operating at full capacity. They also winterize all systems to ensure there is no breakage due to freezing. Please contact Pugh's Earthworks for a free consultation regarding Commercial Sprinkler Installation. Our certified and highly experienced technicians can evaluate your property and design a sample with a cost estimate to discuss with you.     Pugh's Earthwork's Commercial Sprinkler Installation Pugh’s Earthworks is one of the Mid-South’ s leading commercial landscape installation and maintenance companies. We consistently provide the highest quality landscaping services available.  Our team is certified and experienced plus we have the passion to get the job done right for clients and the communities we serve. Every job we do is backed by our 100% customer satisfaction guarantee. Pugh’s Earthworks was originally started by Mark Pugh and has been in business since 1992. Over the past 25 years, we have grown rapidly. In all that time and throughout all that growth, we have remained true to our motto, Big Company Strength, Small Company Values! Regardless of the size of the client we are working for, our staff will deliver the best possible service, while treating each client with the utmost of respect. In a word, “We Love Our Customers” and “We Appreciate the Opportunity to Serve.” One of our website offerings is a "Frequently Asked Questions" section. We love hearing from our customers! Frequently Asked Questions and Answers about a Commercial Sprinkler Installation Q: How will I benefit [...]

Commercial Landscaping Safety Procedures are a Top Priority at Pugh’s Earthworks

Pugh's Earthworks Professional Commercial Landscaping Companys like Pugh's Earthworks, know that Commercial Landscaping Safety Procedures are of the utmost importance. When you consider the myriad of procedures that Landscape Technicians have to perform, there are so many opportunities for injury. Not only are there safety concerns for the landscape technicians but there are also precautions they must take to protect customers. For example, chemicals are very often used for a variety of reasons. They can be used as pesticides to eliminate lawn pests that damage or kill lawns or shrubs. In addition, fertilizers and herbicides are often applied to stimulate lawn growth and prevent weeds. Then the buildings can be sprayed or baited to get rid of unpleasant and damaging insects and rodents. In all cases, it is very important to hire a trained and certified landscaping company like Pugh's Earthworks.  Our technicians take all precautions when working with various chemicals and have taken classes in how to apply with maximum safety. Their safety clothing, shoes, eye wear and aspirators if needed will be used. In addition, they know when weather conditions and property owner traffic is optimum. For example, spraying pesticides on the trees, shrubs or the lawn is generally not a common practice on an extremely windy day. Then there are the risks of operating equip. There are so many machines for the variety of Commercial Landscaping tasks. Ranging from Motor Vehicles like trucks, to mowers, aerators, chain saws, woodchippers, weed eaters, blowers and the list goes on. Each machine can be dangerous if not operated as per the instructions. Not only a danger to the technician but also to customers that may unexpectedly be in the vicinity of the job. The Pugh's Earthworks team is always aware of their surroundings and of the proper machine operating procedures. Still there are plenty of reports of landscapers that suffer injuries each year. When building hardscapes, typically there is a lot of potentially hazardous steps involved. Things like operating a small backhoe, cement mixer, electric and plumbing work all have intrinsic dangers that are best handled by a certified landscape technician like the ones at Pugh's Earthworks. In summary, when you are in search of a talented and top-notch Commercial Landscaping company to design and maintain your property, take a look at the professionals at Pugh's Earthworks Every aspect of the industry trade has been addressed and is consistently practiced by each member of the Pugh's Earthworks team. Pugh's Earthworks Commercial Landscaping Safety Procedures Pugh's Earthworks has a Safety Engineer on staff. His job is multipurpose and designed to make sure all landscape technicians are properly trained in all aspects of Commercial Landscaping Safety Procedures. He holds training classes periodically to pass along new industry guidelines and safety techniques. Below is a general job description for our Safety Engineer's Employee Training Program. General safety precautions for landscape workers in the field. Train workers to ensure that they understand all of the job hazards and can handle tools and [...]

Pugh’s Earthworks will Help with all Commercial Landscaping Including Proper Spring Lawn Fertilization

Pugh's Earthworks is a Mid-South Premiere Commercial Landscaping Company We are just about done with our last days of freezing temperatures. Spring is near and in fact most of the USA will be Springing Forward this weekend for Daylights Savings Time. Fresh plant growth and watching things turn green again is so enjoyable. This is also the time of year when Commercial Property Owners start to consider their landscape design for the upcoming summer season. One very import facet of landscape care is Spring Lawn Fertilization. Now is the time to recruit the experts at Pugh's Earthworks! Absent the use of a professional Landscaping Company, below are all of the items a Commercial Property Owner would need to consider for proper Fertilization. It is much more effective to call in the professionals. Lawns need fertilizer during the early spring when the grass begins to green up. Feeding the lawn, shrubs, flowers, and other aspects of your landscape promote growth while also strengthening the roots so the temperature changes aren't an issue. There are several ways to apply lawn fertilizer during the spring season. A spreader ensures more even coverage than fertilizing by hand. Also, hand fertilizing may result in burns where the fertilizer is concentrated and pale areas that don’t get as much fertilizer as they should. Try a broadcast or rotary spreader because they are easy to use and do not cause striping like a drop spreader. However, a drop spreader ensures that there is no chance of overthrow causing fertilizer to land on streets, sidewalks, or driveways. At the same time, a drop spreader requires two trips over the lawn at right angles. Apply the fertilizer and then thoroughly water the lawn. This rinses the fertilizer off the grass blades so they will not burn and lets the fertilizer sink into the soil to do its job. Keep people and pets off the lawn for 24 to 48 hours. There are different types of fertilizer that can be used. Slow release doesn't have to be used as often, but these are more expensive. Fast-release offers quick results, but you have to apply it in smaller amounts and more often. Your risk of burning your lawn increases. Weed and feed is another fertilizer option. You will need to be careful around trees, shrubs, and garden plants. You can use organic materials like compost and manure, but you will have to use a lot  Also, horse manure may contain weed seeds. Liquid fertilizers aren’t recommended because they are difficult to apply evenly and require frequent applications. Be sure to water the lawn a few days before you plan to fertilize. When you do apply the fertilizer, make sure the grass blades are completely dry to avoid burns. If you would like help with fertilizing and maintaining your commercial landscape, contact us now to find out how a monthly plan can ensure you enjoy a beautiful commercial landscape throughout the year that welcomes your visitors. Pugh's Earthworks Spring Lawn Fertilization [...]

Pugh’s Earthworks offers Best in Class Commercial Landscaping

Pugh's Earthworks Stands Behind Their 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Every little detail about Pugh's Earthworks speaks of professionalism and Best in Class Commercial Landscaping. Customers see this from the fleet of trucks and other Commercial Property maintenance equipment to their well-dressed employees and the way they run their offices. You will not find a more detail minded and committed team of Landscaping Professionals. Sometimes you may run across a Landscaping Company that does not properly maintain their vehicles. As a consequence, you may wind up with noisy and pollution emitting trucks on your Commercial Property. The Pugh's Earthworks management team knows this sends an unprofessional message to customers and employees. When our team shows up for work, you will feel proud to have them on your Commercial Property. Not only does Pugh's Earthworks take pride in their professional image but they also stay current through many Commercial Landscaping publications, seminars and industry trade groups. A few years ago, management realized how inefficient being a paper-based office was. After researching options, the team elected to go paper-less. Below is a short story on how that all came about. " Michael Pugh, co-owner and CFO of Pugh's Earthworks based in Memphis, TN, says he first began thinking about transitioning to a paperless office back in 2005. Since that time the business has grown dramatically. Three additional branches have been opened. The volume of paper being generated daily—not to mention the inefficiencies tied to the handling of all that paper—soon spiraled out of control. Pugh reached his breaking point in 2010. "We were simply out of room at our main facility in Memphis," Pugh recalls. "We already had one entire office stuffed full of filing cabinets. Additionally, we had well over 100 three-ring binders with work orders from the past couple of years. We're talking about the type of paperwork you don't need to put your hands on every day, but still important enough that you don't want to shred it. I did not know what to do. I was looking at having to pay someone off site to store our paper. That was tough to swallow." Pugh happened upon a company called Cabinet NG at a QuickBooks user's conference. He learned about a product called CNG-SAFE, a complete document management and workflow software product. His curiosity over the concept of paperless was revitalized". It is small steps like these that add up to a Best-in-Class Commercial Landscaping company. In every facet of the business, the Pugh's Earthworks team maintains excellence by taking pride in their work and staying curious for ways to learn about improvements. Pugh’s Earthworks offers Best in Class Commercial Landscaping Serving The Greater Little Rock Arkansas Area Pugh's Earthworks has been officially in business since 1992. The family of three brothers is hard driving, loyal to customer service and always working with their eyes open to new and innovative trends in Commerical Landscaping. The company now operates in Memphis TN, Nashville TN, Littlerock Arkansas, Jackson TN and Southaven [...]

Contact Pugh’s Earthworks for Commercial Property Flower Bed Design

Pugh's Earthworks Commercial Property Flower Bed Design   Flower beds provide a beautiful and eye-catching feature to any commercial or residential garden. With a burst of color, these beautiful floral displays can provide enjoyment the entire year-round. However, flowers tend to provide that beauty on a seasonal basis. Even though it is winter, it is still a good time to consider Commercial Property Flower Bed Design. Hiring the professionals at Pugh's Earthworks is the best place to start. Our team will get to work designing the flower beds for property functionality and appearance. The first step is to clean out the existing flower bed.  Remove old perennials, weeds, and any debris. Think of it as a clean slate so you can start again with seasonal blooms. This may be a good time to change the shape of your flower bed. Rather than going with that traditional rectangular look, why not add some curves to it by drawing out new lines with the soil? Now, it's time to add new soil to your flower bed. Dig up rocks, roots, and any debris before putting a layer of garden-specific soil. It should be about six inches deep. You can also add compost and leaf mold. This will boost soil nutrition. Let your flower bed settle for 30 to 60 days before planting. Work with your local garden center on the ideal flowers for this time of year. Once you have an idea of what works, then you can select the colors and varieties to use that will fit your space and garden style. This is where you can be creative. As you plant the flowers in the bed, be sure to add enough water to make puddles under each flower. Add a thin layer of mulch. This will help prevent weeds and allow the soil to retain moisture even during the hot summer ahead. Commercial Property Flower Bed Design In addition, the above items are things the Pugh's Earthworks team will deal with. Furthermore, below are some broad range considerations for your property that we can discuss with you. Brand Recognition is something that every company focuses on. It makes sense that when you are planting flowers, matching those colors to your company logo would be beneficial. Pugh's Earthworks will know the best plants and flowers to plant so as to accomplish this. Matching the Architecture of your building is important. After all, you have made a huge investment in the office complex. It only makes sense to create a flower bed that compliments your property. Again, the professionals at Pugh's Earthworks will know the exact combination of flowers and the style of the flower bed needed. We will use Native plants that flourish in the soil and climate of the region. Flower Beds can also assist with directing customers. Properly positioned to enhance signage will help to keep customers on the right path. In conclusion, Flower Beds that are properly designed and maintained will enhance your property's value and demonstrate your company's commitment to [...]

Receive Premiere Landscaping Service at Pugh’s Earthworks

Pugh's Earthworks Premier Landscaping Service The Commercial Landscaping industry, like most industries has its set of challenges. Pugh's Earthworks offers Premier Landscaping Service to the Midsouth market. The management team at Pugh's is made up of family. Mark, Tim and Michael Pugh have worked hard to create a solid performing company. Most importantly, they feel the key to their success is commitment to customers and to employees. Meanwhile, in today's world, companies are challenged with staffing, climate changes and competition just to name a few obstacles. Premier Landscaping Service - Staffing Retention and Training Some studies show a drastic drop in the commercial landscaping work force. Obviously, the effects of the pandemic are far reaching not just in Commercial Landscaping but in most industries. Pugh's Earthworks takes care of their employee's needs and ensures that employee growth is ongoing. Employees at Pugh's participate in classes and seminars to maintain their credentials. Therefore, with a competitive wage structure and the opportunity to deepen trade knowledge, employees are more likely to stay on board. Which in turn allows Pugh's Earthworks to offer Premiere Landscaping Service. For example, below are the various credentials maintained by Pugh's Earthworks Tennessee Department of Agriculture Chartered/Licensed Mississippi Bureau of Plant Industry licensed Arkansas State Plant Board Licensed Master of Business Administration Bachelor of Science in Agronomy Bachelor of Landscape Contracting Management Associates of Applied Science in Landscape Management Associates of Applied Science in Turf Grass Management Dynascape Certified Planet Professional Network Landscape Industry Certified Changing Regulations The commercial landscaping industry has its share of government regulations to comply with. As a result, Pugh's Earthworks is dedicated to offering top tier commercial landscaping company. Consequently, all day-to-day operations are handled with this in mind. In the same vein, Pugh's is a member of NALP formally PLANET. For example, below is a summary of what this organization provides per their website. The National Association of Landscape Professionals is the national trade association representing nearly 100,000 landscape industry professionals in the United States, Canada and overseas. Member companies specialize in lawn care, landscape design and installation, landscape maintenance, tree care, irrigation and water management, and interior plant scaping. Members also include students, consultants, industry suppliers, state associations and affiliate members. We are committed to helping our members achieve success through education and training and increasing professionalism through certification and accreditation. Our Mission To advocate for lawn and landscape industry growth and the benefits we provide to our communities.   In conclusion, these are a few of the areas that Pugh's management focuses on in order to stay at the top of their game. Above all, when you are considering hiring a Commercial Landscaping Company to design and maintain your property, Pugh's Earthworks should be at the top of your list.   Pugh's Earthworks Training Classes   Comprehensive Marketing for Pugh’s Earthworks Press Release: April 7, 2018 Competition is one of the many hurdles that all companies are faced with. As a result, and to advertise Premier Landscaping Service, the owners [...]

Visit with Pugh’s Earthworks to start Landscape Design Plans for 2022

Pugh's Earthworks offers Landscape Design The season has turned cold and the growing season is done. This is a great time to visit with Pugh's Earthworks to discuss Landscape Design for 2022. Perhaps you are just getting started with ideas for renovation or you are a new owner of an undeveloped Commercial Property. The certified Landscape Technicians at Pugh's Earthworks are the best in the business with designing and renovating Commercial Landscapes. Pugh's Earthworks Professional Landscape Designers Pugh's Earthworks provides commercial landscape design and maintenance services throughout Tennessee, including Memphis, Jackson, and Nashville, In addition, we service commercial lawns and landscaping in Little Rock, Arkansas.  Our services include commercial landscape design, including plants, hardscape, irrigation, lighting and more. Above all, if you are considering renovation or development of a new property, the Certified Landscape Technicians at Pugh's Earthworks are the team to contact before starting the project. In summary, things to consider might include: First, your landscape should reflect your business and brand. If you are touting sustainability and environmental activities, then your landscape needs to show that. Or, if your business offers relaxation, then create a Zen-like space. Second, think about how people will engage with your business and how you can offer them spaces to stay longer. This is especially important if you are a retail business. Adding amenities like benches, chairs, tables, and other outdoor spaces that invite them to remain on your property. Commercial Landscape Design Next, you will need to think about where and how people approach your business. Use natural objects like trees and shrubs to line the path that takes them straight to your company's front door. Then, it is important to create an attractive space with your landscape that is tidy, offers shade, or provides a refreshing feel. It will make people want to come there rather than turn them away. Finally, consider your architecture and how your commercial landscape should coordinate with that look. You will need to look at color, texture, shape, and style. Overall, another important consideration for commercial landscape is how you can conserve water and energy through your design.  For example, if you add a green roof to your building helps with controlling water run-off as well as lowers heating and cooling costs. Pugh’s Earthworks was started by Mark Pugh. We have been in business since 1992. Over the past 25 years, we have enjoyed rapid growth. In all that time and throughout all that growth, we have remained true to our motto, Big Company Strength, Small Company Values! Regardless of the size of the client we are working for, our staff will deliver the best possible service, while treating each client with the utmost of respect. In a word, “We Love Our Customers” and “We Appreciate The Opportunity To Serve.” Pugh’s Earthworks offers an excellent quality assurance program. We are licensed and insured and stand behind all of the work that we perform with our quality assurance guarantee. Quality is everyone’s responsibility. Quality is [...]

Hire Pugh’s Earthworks and ensure your valuable Trees are protected throughout the Winter

Pugh's Earthworks Winter Tree Care Winter Tree Care is an important component of any commercial landscaping year round program. Trees are a valuable asset and expensive to replace. Not only do trees provide shade during the hot temperatures of summer but they also add beauty to commercial properties. The Certified Commercial Landscape Technicians at Pugh's Earthworks are trained in all aspects of commercial landscaping which includes knowledge of tree care. It is some times common for people to get complacent when trees and grasses are dormant. The problem is that during these harsh cold temperatures, there is still a need for attention and care. Some of the steps the Pugh's Earthworks professionals will take to ensure their customers trees remain healthy are below: Winter Tree Care Deep Watering During the Winter months the tree roots are still growing deeper. They are on a continual journey search for water and nutrients to sustain the tree above the ground. However, if there is a shortage of water, the roots can become less able to continue their growth. At Pugh's Earthworks, our staff will continue to assess the soil conditions through the Winter. If it appears there is a shortage of natural moisture, they will take steps to start a deep watering program. Winter Tree Care Mulching It is common knowledge, for the most part, that mulching carries with it many healthy plant benefits. Therefore, properly applied mulch is something the Pugh's Earthworks team will focus on. Consequently, the trees of our commercial property owners will reap the benefit of retained moisture and countless nutrient. Tree Pruning Pugh's Earthworks is very talented at making commercial landscapes standout. One practice that is always top of mind is proper tree pruning. When trees are pruned during the summer growth months, there is danger in bug and fungus infestations. This is because the limbs are full of sap supporting the summer time upward growth of the tree. The best time to prune trees is during the dormant season like late Fall and Winter. There is far less chance of disease and tree damage during this time. Tree Protection Older more mature trees have developed a thick sturdy trunk. They are able to with stand harsh temperature and strong winds. However, younger trees that were recently planted are not as equipped to handle harsh condition. The professionals at Pugh's Earthworks know when a tree needs to have the extra protection provided by burlap trunk wrapping and more frequent deep watering.           Pugh's Earthworks is not only a company that prides itself with superior customer service. That is to say, service which in fact is backed by a satisfaction guarantee. They also take great pride and see value in participating as a member of numerous industry groups related to their business. One such group is The Apartment Association of Greater Memphis. Below is a information regarding who makes up this The Apartment Association of Greater Memphis was chartered in 2004. The purpose [...]

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