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LandArt Solutions adds new operations manager to team

By Staff Report, posted 1 week ago
Tyler Austin. Photo provided by LandArt Solutions

Tyler Austin has joined LandArt Solutions as their new operations manager. 

 

Austin is originally from Georgia, but a desire to seek out new challenges and opportunities led to his relocating to North Carolina. He previously worked at the Atlanta Athletic Club. 

 

CEO Michele Horn shared on social media that they are “very excited to have Tyler join the team.” 

This sentiment is reciprocated by Austin. In her introduction to the new team member, Horn remarked “He's looking forward to the variety and diversity of projects he'll help manage at LandArt.”

 

Austin attended Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, Georgia and graduated in 2019. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Horticulture. 

 

His appreciation for the outdoors extends beyond his profession. When off the clock, Austin enjoys exploring the woods and hunting.

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