updated: 6/23/2010 12:39:11 PM

Graphics Company Lands National Deal

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Plainfield-based TKO Graphix says it has recalled workers and added more than 30 positions after landing a deal with TruGreen. The agreement involves vehicle graphics for more than 6,000 of the lawn care company's vehicles in the U.S. and Canada. TKO Graphix says the project should take 6 months to complete.

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Plainfield, IN, June 22, 2010 — The President of TKO Graphix, Tom Taulman II announced this week that the large-format graphics company has called back workers and fulfilled more than 30 new jobs after being contracted by the national lawn care provider, TruGreen. TKO Graphix will be producing and installing vehicle graphics for over 6,000 TruGreen service vehicles throughout the U.S. and Canada. The job includes 221 TruGreen branch locations and is estimated to take six months to complete. “We have taken great care in the preparation and logistics of this large job. The graphic installation alone requires four phases and up to ten teams of installation crews spread throughout the country,” said Denny Smith, VP of Operations for TKO Graphix.

TruGreen is a member of the ServiceMaster® Family of Brands. The ServiceMaster Company is a Fortune 500 service firm that currently employs more than 40,000 people nationwide. ServiceMaster provides service to residential and commercial customers in the United States, where they serve 10.5 million homes and businesses each year.

TKO Graphix offers a full range of graphic services — including graphic design, digital and screen printing, graphic installation and removal. In 2000, TKO was named a 3M Scotchprint® Graphics Authorized Manufacturer. Its installers became members of the United Application Standards Group and 3M Certified Installers in 2001. In 2004, TKO moved into its custom designed 50,000 square foot facility in Plainfield, Indiana.


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