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Advertising Tips, How to get noticed/get more accounts

Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by PNSLawncare, Jul 10, 2009.

  1. PNSLawncare

    PNSLawncare LawnSite Member
    Posts: 6

    Well i been using craigslist and have gotten a few lawn jobs.

    but im looking to expand.

    im willing to try whatever to do it.

    this is a smaller company with just me and my father doing it.

    our company consists of a cargo van, soon to be 2 push mowers, 1 brand new troy built honda, a husky trimmer or two.

    we are mostly looking for residential lots, but if lets say a complex wanted me to go for it i would.

    so i got the craiglist thing down,
    im thinking of making ads and printing them out and posting them at local pick n saves, and any boards i can.

    i was thinking of getting stickers made that i can post on signs, gas pumps stuff like that.

    just trying to diversify and get noticed.

    we do this during the weekends and work full time jobs during the week.

  2. vanncann

    vanncann LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 456

    Bought 250 stickers for $18 @ 123 stickers with name and phone #, hopefully I'll get some calls. Already got a drug store to let me sticker all their carts.
  3. PNSLawncare

    PNSLawncare LawnSite Member
    Posts: 6

    Can i ask where you got the stickers from?
  4. vanncann

    vanncann LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 456

    123 stickers is the website. Just let them know I refered you. So I can get free stickers??
  5. WhitneyLawnServices

    WhitneyLawnServices LawnSite Member
    Posts: 11

    Let us know how the stickers worked out, it may be something I try out for that cheap...
  6. rnd

    rnd LawnSite Member
    Posts: 248

    Go to RNDSIGNS.COM to see hundreds of print advertising ideas from lawn and landscape companys from all over the U.S request a FREE marketing handbook.

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