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Emery County Business Chamber welcomes All-Star to county


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The Emery County Business Chamber hosted a ribbon cutting to welcome All-Star Property Management to the county. The business is owned and operated by Kevin Gilbert. Gilbert was born and raised in Huntington. He graduated from Emery High and then went on to serve a mission for the LDS church in Spain. Kevin received his Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Utah Valley University in Orem.

While he was in Utah County he was able to work in and learn the art of landscaping. Gilbert worked as a general manager for A+ Landscaping for six years. He enjoyed landscaping so much that he wanted to start his own business back in Emery County.

All-Star Property Management was formed as a result of his dream to form his own business. Gilbert loves having the opportunity to work in a job that he enjoys and with people that he loves.

Some of his services are: mowing lawns, aeration, helps with sprinkler installation and repairs, yard clean-ups, and many other little job's that people need assistance with. He is a licensed pesticide applicator spraying weeds in gardens and lawns to big agricultural and commercial jobs.

Kevin is always open to new customers. He can be reached by calling 435-749-0149. Kevin and wife Michelle make their home in Huntington.

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