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  • Written by Rachel Brady
Global Syn-Turf, Inc., the leading manufacturer of artificial grass in the United States, has recently announced its 2014 Thanksgiving Sale of its Spring-50 line of artificial grass.

The company realizes why deep price-cuts on artificial grass are important when the country needs help in managing energy capacity to meet rising demand, in combination with water resource management.

Recent years severe climate conditions are a global phenomenon. California’s water crisis has become a part of the national discourse. According to the latest IPCC report, the warming of the climate system is unequivocal: “The atmosphere and ocean have warmed; the amounts of snow and ice have diminished, and sea level has risen.”

However, despite the severity of this environmental blight, there are some effective options with which to mitigate the problem, and one of them is converting natural-grass lawns to artificial turf. In Los Angeles, for example, the Department of Water and Power instituted its California Friendly Landscape Incentive Program in 2009, promoting drought-tolerant plants and with the objective of reducing outdoor water use. This program has compelled many homeowners to replace their natural-grass lawns with their synthetic counterparts.

During the month of November, Global Syn-Turf pledges to assist in the national campaign to conserve water by offering a sale of Spring-50, a versatile line of GST synthetic grass. In honor of Thanksgiving, the sale begins on November 10, 2014, and ends on November 30, 2014.

Spring-50 is eco-friendly, certified by independent laboratories, and can withstand rough wear-and-tear and extreme weather conditions for approximately twenty ears. By applying Spring-50, homeowners and landscapers alike can contribute to the elimination of unnecessary water-expenses for the next two decades.

“With global water scarcity and pandemic climate change in effect, we feel obliged to give back to the community by offering a sale of an artificial grass which would be appropriate for a multitude of environmental conditions,” said Rachel Brady, marketing and sales manager of Global Syn-Turf, Inc. “Offering a high-quality synthetic grass for sale should have the most extensive potential to mitigate the problem.”

About Global Syn-Turf:

Global Syn-Turf, Inc., is the leading manufacturer of artificial grass in United States, producing and storing the largest inventory of synthetic turf in the country. GTS’s certified production plants in the United States and overseas produce synthetic grass for lawns, sports fields, putting greens, playgrounds, traffic medians, roof-tops, and more.

Global Syn-Turf, Inc.
Contact person: Rachel Brady
Headquarters: Hayward, California
Phone: (877) 796-8873

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