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Old 03-11-2009, 07:29 PM
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Steeley Steeley is offline
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has anyone ever used 1800-Lawncare to help promote business?
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Old 03-11-2009, 10:29 PM
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i just started in January. they did some graphic work for me and lettered my truck. i put the decals on. i saved over $700.00 from a local guy. they are a marketing company so their prices are good. but you know how it goes( it takes $$$$ to make $$$). i will keep you updated if you would like.
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Old 03-12-2009, 01:54 AM
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is that different than 1800 lawn cuts? I got a quote from them and it souds good but at he time it was 300 - 400/ per month. a little steep for where my business is now, 2nd year
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Old 03-12-2009, 02:18 AM
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I guess it is cool if you want someone else telling you what to do. That isnt why i got into this business. I want to cut grass at any legth i want to, and not pay someone a fee to join there business.

Love this guy that typed this on there site:“What a success! 600+ calls last month. Use the marketing tools they provide and add it to all your advertising. It works!”
-- Dan Andrusiak, Grow It Green, Michigan
LOL.. I would cancel my phone number if i had 600 people calling a month to ask what i get to mow a lawn...There is nothing that business can do that you cant already do without paying them a ton of money. You would save more money if you didnt go with them and did it all local and by yourself. But they do tell you how to sharpen your mower blades...LOL Just my 2 cents you dont have to pay for.
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