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Advice for distributing postcards/flyers

Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by TN_mower, Oct 5, 2012.

  1. TN_mower

    TN_mower LawnSite Member
    from TN
    Posts: 25

    I know not to put them in the mailbox haha. Havent had trouble in the past putting them on mailboxes when me and a class mate mowed together last year. Newspaper holder and in between the flag is what we did.
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  2. grandview (2006)

    grandview (2006) LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,466

    Illegal and getting caught are to different things. If your concerned about the mailman go out after he's done in that area.
  3. acculawnsystems

    acculawnsystems LawnSite Member
    Posts: 163

    If you do the postcards I would advise you to drive business to you website and give instant online quotes. We did close to 1000 bids and received over 200 new contracts this past spring in just 2 zip codes using postcards and door hangers and instant online quotes. Customers simply type in their address and get a quote in seconds. Then they can sign up right then and there. The best thing is that we did not waste time on manual measurements and did not waste money on fuel. Check out how this is possible at acculawnsystems.com. Furthermore, we are offering this system to only one LCO per area. So once a LCO signs up for the area we will not be able to offer this technology to any other LCO in that area. This is a huge advantage to the LCO that is able to use this method in their area to gain new customers. Also, the LCO will be the only one posted as a provider on acculawncare.com. Check to see if your area is available by going to acculawnsystems.com and reserve your spot today. Also, there is no risk with a free 30 day trial with no obligation.

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