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Keep Tyler Beautiful awards two Beauty and Business Awards

March 7, 2019

Press Release
For Immediate Release
March 7, 2019
Keep Tyler Beautiful awards two Beauty and Business Awards
The Beauty and Business Award recognizes businesses in the community for their improvement, upkeep, cleanliness and beautification efforts. For the third quarter of 2018, Keep Tyler Beautiful awarded The Genesis Group at 5800 Eagles Nest Blvd. For the fourth quarter Holiday Edition, Keep Tyler Beautiful awarded Hospitality Health ER at 3943 Old Jacksonville Hwy. 
Both of these winners were nominated by the public for these awards and were selected by the Keep Tyler Beautiful board as the winners. 
Board members examine different aspects of the business, such as:
 Storefront is inviting with the use and upkeep of greenery, such as grass, trees, shrubs and/or flowers along with benches, trash cans and/or chairs. 
 Parking area is litter free. 
 Storefront has attractive signs. 
 Dumpster and trash areas are clean and tidy. 
 Old, unused bulky items are not stored around or behind the store, i.e. equipment, furniture or supplies. 
 Building front is in good shape with clean paint or bricks
By awarding those businesses who keep their property beautiful and clean, Keep Tyler Beautiful hopes to motivate others in the city to do the same. Community beautification takes the cooperation of all residents and businesses of Tyler.
The public is invited to nominate a business by emailing a photo to Angela Bennis, Keep Tyler Beautiful community coordinator, at The winner of the award will be presented a certificate and yard sign from the Keep Tyler Beautiful Board.
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About Keep Tyler Beautiful
Keep Tyler Beautiful’s goal is to encourage beautification, waste reduction and recycling activities in the community. Through planning, initiating and coordinating programs for litter control, environmental sustainability and beautification, we strive to bring people together and raise public interest in building a cleaner, better city. 

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