Brian's Lawn Care LLC started in 1997 as an after school job, and has grown into a full-time company proudly serving Emporia for over 20 years.

At the age of 15, Brian R. Willhite started mowing lawns in Emporia, Kansas. He borrowed his dad's push mower and pushed it to nearby yards. Not having a car meant he had to start out close to home. Brian passed out flyers to his neighbors and began to grow his lawn care business.

Instead of quitting at the end of the summer when school started, Brian decided he wanted to continue taking care of his new customers in spite of having a busy schedule as a high schooler.

As he saved money from his business, Brian bought his first riding mower and truck trailer. After graduating from Emporia High School, he attended Emporia State University for two years before deciding he wanted to pursue his lawn care business full time.

With over two decades of experience, Brian continues with his lawn care business today. He built up Brian's Lawn Care LLC himself, going from a teenager's after-school job to a full-time company here in Emporia.

Ready to get your lawn looking its best? Contact us!

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The Kansas Department of Agriculture has been notified that several Kansas residents have received unsolicited packages containing seeds that appear to have originated from China. The types of seeds in the packages are unknown at this time. The packages were sent by mail; some have been labeled as jewelry and they may have Chinese writing on them. Unsolicited packages of seeds have been received by people in several other states across the United States over the last several days.

If you receive a package of this type, please DO NOT plant these seeds. If they are in sealed packaging, don’t open the sealed package. Instead, please contact KDA’s plant protection and weed control program at 785-564-6698, via email at [email protected], or at the complaint reporting portion of the KDA website: report a seed complaint.

Unsolicited seeds could be invasive species, could introduce diseases to local plants, or could be harmful to livestock. Invasive species wreak havoc on the environment, displace or destroy native plants and insects and severely damage crops. KDA works to prevent the introduction of invasive species and protect Kansas agriculture.
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Brian’s Lawncare, LLC is currently looking to fill several full time and part time Lawn Crew positions. Top pay and now offering year round employer paid benefits!

• Willing to perform manual labor in various weather conditions.
• Must be self-motivated and reliable.
• Possess a valid KS drivers license.

Apply online www.brianslawncare1997.com or stop by our office to pick up an application. 527 Sunnyslope Emporia, KS
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