i've heard here that alot of guys consider cutting grass a "loss leader", and contract the grass customers at mediocre prices, so they can make money on the extras. so i'm trimming these bushes today, sweating my butt off, and i'm thinking, " bob, you are a genius." but other than that, i was thinking, " why the hell would anybody take a service like grasscutting, when you are there every freakin week, and use this as a loss leader, to get at the 1-2 times a season trimming, and a little mulch.?" if i HAD TO use anything as a "LOSS LEADER", i certainly wouldn't make it the service that required me there weekly, i would instead get as much as i could for the "base service" or the service that uses most of my time, and discount the bi annual services instead. input on these "loss leaders"?