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COVID-19 Message

Dear Neighbor,

Re: COVID-19

I’m sure by now you’ve received several messages about COVID-19. I’m the owner of Landscapers Supply and I live in the Upstate too. This note is merely a humble attempt to assist our community as best we can.

With the spread of COVID-19 across the country, we want to offer support and a steady hand knowing many in our town are fearful. Many of you are asking us here what you can do around the home to help prevent the spread of illness and keep your family safe. We’re monitoring the evolving situation closely and are relying on guidance from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and local health officials to inform our recommendations.

We’ve been proactive in working with our suppliers to stock-up on in-demand items such as cleaning and disinfectant products, hand soaps, hand sanitizers, and everything else you need to preserve and protect your home and your family. We continue to make this a top priority for you daily.

Of course, our biggest focus is on keeping you and our teammates safe so we’ve implemented a number of safety standards across all locations that include social distancing enforcement measures and a sanitizing regimen for the store environment as well as our employees. As the situation evolves, our safety response in stores too. We’ll continue to re-assess and implement new measures that become prudent in response to new developments in the efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Last, we have launched a new Order Line dedicated to incoming calls for Curbside Pick-Up & Delivery. You can get more information related to these services on our website,, or by calling our Order Line at (864) 402-0470.

From my family, we offer our deepest sympathies to those who have already been affected. Your local Landscapers Supply stores, our Greenville Ace Hardware on Pleasantburg Drive, and soon in Greer, as well as our Skip’s Hardware store in Anderson, are all here to serve you. Our sole purpose is simple – we exist to help others and we are committed to supporting our community in this time of need.

Stay healthy…and wash your hands.

Mark Ells