A local amusement park that will be opening next year sent out letters to several landscapers wanting them to landscape an approx. 300 sq. ft area for free. They will also be asked to maintain it for the first year. They anticipate a 350,000 to 450,000 annual attendance. Now in turn for providing the landscaping for the prepared area for free, you will be allow to put up a 1' x 2' sign advertising your company. I am going to a meeting about it tomorrow, I was just curious if anyone has done anything like this before? That is a lot of potential guests looking at your work. But since its an amusement park, about a 6th of those will be home owners. So approx. 50,000, plus more than half of those will be from outside of the area. The area will be prepared and have electricity and water ran to it. In my mind I was comparing it to advertising in the phone book. The investment would be about the same. I am thinking about 2,000 in supplies, plus labor. More people would see your work at the amusement park, but less people are specifically looking for it. I would also think it would be a good selling tool. What do you guys think?