At GreenKeepers Fertilization, Mow-N-Man Services, our mission is simple: to develop & maintain landscapes that preserve and protect nature.
We here at GreenKeepers Fertilization, Mow-N-Man Services pledge to treat you, our customer, with respect and the individual attention that you deserve.
By 1994 business had become almost a $1 Million dollar per year industry. An industry that now controlled us instead of us controlling it. We enjoyed being in the field. We didn't enjoy the white collar office job. So, in 1995 we chose to split the company into controllable working pieces with Scott taking over the residential venue as Schlueter Brothers Lawn Care, and Stan concentrating on the commercial venues under Outdoors Service Groups Inc. Today both companies still experience a vitality in growth of our own choosing.
Outdoors Service Groups Inc.has since expanded into the individual markets of quality, high-end fertilization under the name GreenKeepers Fertilization Company and the commercial & residential lawn maintenance market under Mow-N-Man Lawn Services.
Each of these divisions have experienced tremendous individual growth and recognition in the Illinois Tri-County area that each are marketed and managed individually throughout Peoria, Peoria Heights, East Peoria, Dunlap, Washington, Morton, Metamora, Germantown Hills and Pekin.
In 1984 we expanded into the commercial market. By 1986 our commercial clients included some of the largest commercial property management companies in the mid-west including: Becker Brothers Inc., Monge Property Management, NHS Property Management, 4-M Property Management, At&T, and Methodist Medical Centers.
Outdoors Service Groups Inc.is the holding corporation for Mow-N-Man Services, Schlueter Brothers Landscaping & Snow Removal and GreenKeepers Fertilization Company. Initially established in 1981 as Schlueter Brothers Lawn Service, by Scott & Stan Schlueter, we serviced the Tri-County area residential market thru 1984. By specializing in high-end residential maintenance our clientele were the "who's who" of the Peoria area. These included the then vice-president of Caterpillar Tractor Co., numerous top business executives and physicians in the exclusive Edgewild subdivision.