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PROFILE Products LLC announces it is changing its master brand to better represent its evolving business. The master brand is best expressed in its updated logo and new tagline: Solutions for your Environment.

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Poo Free Parks, a Denver-based, privately held company providing environmentally responsible pet-waste supplies and services to local communities, announces that it has named Tatum Bell as the new director of sales.

David Withers has been promoted to president of Jacobsen. He previously served as managing director of the Ransomes division of Jacobsen, located in the United Kingdom, since January 2005, overseeing international operations for all Jacobsen brands as well as the E-Z-GO brand in Europe.

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Field Of Dreams Contest Winners Named

Atlanta, Ga.–Two grand prize winners were named in the Synthetic Turf Council’s 2011 Search for the Real Field of Dreams Contest–Taylor’s Dream Boundless Playground in Fort Wayne, Ind. and Van Horn High School in Independence, Mo.

Outstanding synthetic turf fields also were honored in both an Athletic Fields and a Community Parks and Fields category. Notre Dame Academy in Park Hills, Ky. was named the top winner in the Athletic Fields Category. Canyon De Chelly Elementary School in Chinle, Ariz., was named top winner in the Community Parks and Fields Category for their new synthetic grass playground.

The Synthetic Turf Council created its annual contest to recognize the power that synthetic turf has to transform the lives of youth and enhance public wellness. Visit www.syntheticturfcouncil.org to review the full story on each winner.

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LSI Opens Concrete Operations Facility

Delano, Minn.–Landscape Structures Inc. has unveiled a facility that is devoted to designing and manufacturing imaginative playground elements made of precast concrete and glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC). The 30,000-square-foot facility enables the company to sustainably manufacture playground components in a controlled environment where specified levels of temperature and humidity enable the concrete creations to properly cure for incredible durability.

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