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Old 04-01-2012, 08:44 AM
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Originally Posted by yardguy28 View Post
not really the way I see it or agree with it either. I just plain don't drop accounts unless your a non payer.

I keep what I have take on new when someone leaves and once full for the season I pull my advertising.
I understand where you are coming from. Normally, most of us will continue to service any and all accounts that are even marginally profitable. I'm just pointing out that a SOLO operator will eventually find himself in a position where he may need to trim some accounts. Some of us simply have no desire to take on the headaches involved with hiring employees. I've been there and done that when I owned retail businesses, and don't want to deal with it at this stage of my life.

I took over a couple of mowing accounts this spring from a local guy I know. His wife used to help him full time, but has taken a job for the health insurance, plus, they now have 3 children, and he decided he wanted to have more family time than his schedule afforded him.
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