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Old 10-21-2012, 06:58 AM
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Not everything works for business or every customer. I have all my HOA's sign a contract. I try to push the year round service agreement everywhere I can. I handle over fifty lawns and only two of them are year around. I strive daily for much more. I have about half my other lawns on a signed standard service agreement. I went to a service agreement two years ago when a neighbor beat me out of $400. I did not dare take a contract to my existing customers. Each new customer signs some type of service agreement but it is bad for business to ask a customer to sign one that you have been doing business with already without one.
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