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Old 06-16-2004, 02:06 AM
ALarsh ALarsh is offline
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Whats the difference?

Whats the difference between lawnsite.com and ****************.com?

Are they completely different organizations?

I always get them mixed up because they look so similar.

Thanks
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Old 06-16-2004, 02:46 AM
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Re: Whats the difference?

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Whats the difference between lawnsite.com and ****************.com?

Are they completely different organizations?

I always get them mixed up because they look so similar.

Thanks
Since its been *****'ed out it must be another lawn care forum or something similar.

Note for reference, Sean's rule #2:
Links to and/or mentioning other Green Industry forum sites is not permitted at LawnSite.com. (IMO...allowing those type links would be similar to Coke putting the Pepsi logo on their product or billboard's.)

Besides, LawnSite.comô is the "Original And Largest Online Community In The Green Industry" Others might be similar but that's because (I think?) they look up to us.... (hehe)

Sean might be a little more modest when it comes to his accomplishments with this community... but, what can I say?... I'm supercilious.

Again, this community owes it all to the community. Thanks community, Thanks Sean!!
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