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2nd Free Give Away

Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by Sean Adams, Jun 3, 2003.

  1. Sean Adams

    Sean Adams LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,597

    I am pleased to announce our second free give away at LawnSite.com.

    This give away will include the following:

    1. Benefits Program Membership ($60.00 value)
    2. A LawnSite.com High Quality T-Shirt ($25.00 value)
    3. A LawnSite.com Mouse Pad ($12.00 value)
    4. A LawnSite.com Coffee Mug($14.00 value)

    As with the last give away, in order to be elligible, you will need to respond to the question below. Please remember, you can only post once and you cannot comment on what others post.

    The Give Away question is....

    If you had the chance to run LawnSite.com for one week, what changes would you make? What would you improve? What would you add to the site?

    Thanks in advance to everyone who replies!
  2. windmill

    windmill LawnSite Member
    Posts: 95

    Pretty tough to improve a good thing Sean. This is bringing up beads of sweat but I would have to say that I would regionalize the site so that LCO's would be able to dialog with others in their area who might have similar problems. I think this is particularly true for spray operators. I think I'll be the winner here since the rest of Lawnsite is all good.
    Yep that coffee will taste reeeeal good in that cup while wearing the Lawnsite sweatshirt on a cold Canadian night watching the northern lights . . . waiting for snow. Aaaaaaaaaah:D
  3. plowboy81

    plowboy81 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 94

    It's hard to make a great thing better, but I might would get consultants from major fertilizer, seed, chemical, and plant companies from the different regions to have a part in the site to help with all of the technical questions. The opinions of others are really great, but sometimes trial and error is harder and more costly than nowing the right way the first time. Whether or not its of any value, it might be nice sometimes. Thanks.

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