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Old 09-16-2011, 09:00 PM
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Locking in prices

So as the end of the mowing season makes its way forward i've been thinking about a simple strategy to help generate a lot of return from current customers. My plan is to send contracts to my current customers for next year locking in their current price with no chance of increase as long as the property is not changed during the off season.

Does this seem as a good tactic or does it leave to much risk at my expense.

I know its a bit of a chance with fluctuating gas prices but most of accounts include a little extra overhead which should cover any increase in gas prices.
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