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Old 03-19-2000, 08:59 PM
Bobby Bobby is offline
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I'M SOLO ALSO. I've had two trucks and <br>five guys in the past and make more <br>profit by myself. It seems that in my <br>market , you have to stay small or <br>become huge. Very few medium operations. <br>Being huge down here means paying your <br>help poverty wages. If you are a <br>perfectionist, it's hard to find <br>helpers.<p>----------<br>Bobby <br>Ft Lauderdale
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Old 03-19-2000, 09:24 PM
MJM Landscaping Inc MJM Landscaping Inc is offline
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I agree that staying small is less headaches. I consider myself medium. The only reason i decided to get bigger,( I have 3, 3 man crews and adding a 4th crew this year) is for when i get older. Im 31 now and honestly dont want to mow the rest of my life. I know i can make more by myself but im thinking in the future. Its a personal choice no right or wrong answer, just the way i decided to go.<br>Mark A Musolf
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