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Couple starts business that goes to Xtremes

June 1, 2013

 

Tracie and Tom Allman have been offering landscaping out of their home for nearly 12 years. They felt the time was right to finally open up a separate business location beside their home.

Xstream Landscapes & Waterfalls officially opened up on May 25 at it’s new location.

“We saw the need to have a place for people to come and look,” Tracie Allman said.

Xstream offers full landscaping services from their location on 15388 State Route 67 in rural Wapakoneta. Some specialties offered include the sale and installation of pavers, fire rings and pits, and retaining walls. They also offer landscaping design, water features. They carry nursery stock, mulch, and boulders and other design items also.

“We try to offer things that are unique,” Tracie Allman said. “We get a lot of stuff that you just can’t run somewhere and get.”

See more in today's edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News on the Business Page.

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