Greetings from Wake Forest, NC

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Avonlea22, May 30, 2011.

  1. Avonlea22

    Avonlea22 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 23

    Hello everyone. My name is Brian and I reside in Wake Forest, NC.

    I stumbled upon this site about a month ago while searching for trade magazines. I've been wanting to start up a lawn care business for many, many years. I'm still in the very early stages of getting things going, but I recently ordered some postcards from Vistaprint which I'm mailing to select individulas in my developement. I do not have any fancy equipment or a truck, but I'm offering just basic lawn mowing for a reasonable price. I figured any income I receive from this will help me build up my equipment inventory. Anywho, my business name is Wilson Lawn Works. I hope to be able to post a logo sometime soon for critique.

    I'm looking forward to exploring this site in depth and learning some tricks of the trade from so many professionals. This site seems like a great resource.

    ~Brian
     
  2. TheBetterDoorhanger

    TheBetterDoorhanger Sponsor
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    Your right Brian - this site is a great source & there are so many members posting daily it stays extremely up to date. I am very happy to help you if you ever have any printing or direct mail needs let me know. We are the creator of the Band-It Stick-It Products you have heard about. Door Hangers that won't fall off & direct mail post cards that are extremely cost effective & can be placed on the fridge instead of in the drawer. Check out our site www.AdeasPrinting.com/Products or email me directly if you ever want an estimate or just want some free samples of our products to check out on your own. www.adeasprinting.com/free-samples



    Thanks & good luck!
    Robin
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    866-778-4254
    www.AdeasPrinting.com/Products
     
  3. Penscape Landscaping

    Penscape Landscaping LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 357

    Great place to grow is on Lawnsite! You will learn so much here! Good luck and grow slow and smart. Keep it professional!
     

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