2008 Better Business Bureau Award Marketplace Ethics

This video was provided by The Better Business Bureau and shown at the Marketplace Ethics Award ceremony in 2008.

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION:

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December 2011 – Angies List Super Service Award  

January 1, 2008
MAN’S FRIEND: Arborist respects the trees  The Winston-Salem Journal’s, Ken Keuffel, writes a biographical article on Lusk Tree Service owner, David Lusk’s career working with trees.

March 20, 2008:
The Better Business Bureau awards Lusk Tree Service, Inc. with The 2008 Market Place Ethics Award

October 16, 2007:

David Lusk receives George Black Award from the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Community Appearance Commission for his efforts in promoting tree preservation and tree conservation.

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March 22, 2007:
Lusk Tree Service receives Honorable Mention Certificate for Market Place Ethics from the Better Business Bureau. For more information, visit the BBB of Northwest North Carolina, Inc.

October 16, 2007:

Hanes Community Center – Winner of the Flora Ann Bynum Award

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Re-constructive pruning by Lusk Tree Service at Hanes Community Center

The property located on the corner of Coliseum Drive and University Parkway is shaded by beautiful oaks, ornamental cherries, southern magnolias and dogwoods. In the late 1980’s to early 1990’s, the beautiful oaks were severely topped and stripped of their dignity. The large diameter willow oaks were then left to fight for survival until property manager David Miner and arborist David Lusk decided to preserve these large trees by re-constructive pruning. The willow oaks had extensive large diameter dead limbs and decay, which became a concern for their health and vigor.

Re-constructive pruning eliminated the damaged portions while restoring the healthy growth. This enabled the trees to store their energy reserves efficiently and naturally. It is also important to note that these trees are no longer a safety liability.