I know there has been discussion keeping or weeding less profitable customers out. It has always been my business mind set to not leave money on the table. Already this year I am booked solid for my mowing crew. Have any of you ever thought of sub-contracting some of your less desirable jobs? The thought crossed my mind when I spoke to fellow mower who's just starting out. I was thinking- instead of dropping the customer, maybe have him cut it and for me. He would get paid by me and I would bill the customer. i fugure I can probably make 15% at least on customers just for doing the paper work. End result being I can do this until I justify another full crew on the books. Obviously there are issue w/ non-compete and trusting your sub? And you may loose some? What are your thoughts on this? And obviously you make sure the customer knows what your doing and tell them you'll still be the "go to" guy for problems or additional services that need to be done.