I have been useing the same dealer for three years. They are less than a mile from my house, and usually do good work. I have bought every piece of equipment I have from them, and now a guy that works up there decided to start doing lawns. I don't mind a little compitition, and I've seen his work and he is not exactly on the same level as I am, so I'm not really worried about that, but about a week ago my wife saw him pulling down one of my flyers at the convenience store in my nieborhood and put up one of his. This is somewhere I have been advertising for the past two years. Also, the last time I went in the shop to get blades, I saw some of his flyers in the mower shop! This is a place that has a good many commercial customers. I just think that this is bad bussiness. I'm not really mad about the guy tearing my flyers down- I'm mad at the owner of the mower shop for letting him work there and advertise his services in his store where I come to get my equipment worked on. I'm sorry, maybe I'm just being a crybaby, but I don't like the idea of my compitition working on or even being around my equipment. I don't really want to make a big deal out of it at the mower shop because I have a mower, chainsaw and blower that I can only get serviced there. I do know that I'll never buy another piece of equipment there. Is this unreasonable? Should I say somthing to the owner of the shop?