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Old 07-12-2015, 09:13 AM
GRANTSKI GRANTSKI is online now
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Any CT guys turning down accts??

I'm currently running a small company but ready to expand. Have 40 accts and room to take another 40. Any guys turning down accts around Middlesex plz contact me. I'd like to form a partnership w a larger company - basically just price em real high rather then turn down work...send em my way and take a small % off the top on each lawn. Our overhead is small as we run bobcat beltdrives and used trucks. Idk if anyone's done this before? kind of like a paid reference.
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Old 07-12-2015, 01:23 PM
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Grantski! How are you thinking of setting
that up? They refer customer, u give a kickback? They retain customer, sub you? They refer customer, u give a percentage of net sales per season for retained customers? Or actually merging
with someone? I do know 2 companies in our area who are not taking on any new maintenance accounts. Both out of o.s. Also check craigslist, there is a landscaping co for sale in os right now
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Old 07-12-2015, 01:39 PM
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Whatever would work best. I doubt a larger co would wanna claim smaller $$ so maybe a side deal for references- paid cash @ the end of each month. Maybe $10 per cut if its priced right maybe more. I'd have to see where their price range is compared to mine & go from there. O.S. I'm a little more flexible cuz I'm right in town.
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