Help for a beginner

Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by yzwannab, Jul 26, 2006.

  1. yzwannab

    yzwannab LawnSite Member
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    I am starting a lawn business. But im worried about my name. I was wondering how I can see a list of registered titles form my sos.?????:confused:
     
  2. HOOLIE

    HOOLIE LawnSite Gold Member
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    When I actually registered my name at the county courthouse, they first had me search thru their database to make sure the name was not already being used. I don't know if that same database is available to view from your PC... I would imagine it would be similar where you live, call the courthouse and see.
     
  3. yzwannab

    yzwannab LawnSite Member
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    ok thank you sooo much
     
  4. TheLawnBarber

    TheLawnBarber LawnSite Senior Member
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    Not quite sure what your saying? Glad to see you support the Marines. Soon as I graduate from high school I'm joining.
     
  5. TheLawnBarber

    TheLawnBarber LawnSite Senior Member
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    Ok I know what your talkin about now.
     
  6. yzwannab

    yzwannab LawnSite Member
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    any tips then? and yes i love the corps, was in the suck for 4 years ugh rah!
     
  7. TheLawnBarber

    TheLawnBarber LawnSite Senior Member
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    Are you mowing commercial or residential?
     
  8. yzwannab

    yzwannab LawnSite Member
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    residential y?
     
  9. sweatyclippingcoveredguy

    sweatyclippingcoveredguy LawnSite Member
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    Dude, go with your name. If you want a ficticious name it'll cost you a bit. "Billy bo-bob jane-jo-earl-susan's Lawn care doesn't matter if you're not paying the ridiculous ficticious name fees. You'll be getting business. You need to represent yourself as a professional, with your last name... but if your want something fancy it'll cost you to start up. Simple as that. Good luck buddy. :drinkup:
     
  10. yzwannab

    yzwannab LawnSite Member
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    ok so like "mow-bility lawncare" would work out alright?
     

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