Trees on the Coast, a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the beauty of Okaloosa and Walton counties through conservation, planting and protecting existing trees, has announced Grand Boulevard as its Outstanding Business Landscape winner.
Allen French, Trees on the Coast’s executive director and founder, presented the award to Grand Boulevard at the Destin Chamber of Commerce’s March Breakfast at Lulu’s on the Bay.
“We are proud of the businesses in our area that recognize the importance of our resources and reflect this in their landscaping,” said French. “Congratulations to Grand Boulevard for striving to preserve the natural beauty of Okaloosa and Walton Counties.”
Trees on the Coast and the Destin Chamber seek quarterly nominations for a chamber business who reaches exceptional levels of landscape beauty at their company. Winners will receive a sign for their business and a framed certificate.
Nestled amid Florida’s renowned stretch of pristine sugar-white beaches, Grand Boulevard is the premiere destination for people of discerning taste to shop, play, work and stay. With exclusive boutiques, renowned retailers and specialty shops, exquisite casual and fine dining options, two hotels, and a thriving professional community, this lifestyle Town Center generates a sense of excitement from locals and visitors alike.
Founded in 2015, Trees on the Coast works to improve Okaloosa and Walton counties’ beauty through tree planting, protecting existing trees, and education of our area’s residents to the many benefits of trees. Trees on the Coast is a steward of our resort, coastal environment. For more information call 850-462-3703 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.