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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by harddog00, Feb 4, 2008.
I think that it looks good. Are you ex-military, if so what branch?
Thanks, Was in the Marine Corps...Did four years, been out for three. My brother also did four he's been out almost a year now. Hopefully that will win me some credibility in the field.
It should. I served six years in the Army and I found that it has given some credibility to me.
Military or Ex-Military makes a difference to me as a business owner. If i knew I had a bid on a property and found out that a military or ex-military guy was bidding on it too, I would pull my bid for him. He served our country, very least I can do for him, there will always be more yards out there to bid on.
Business card looks good. Just dont try to get work near Burkley, CA.
I think the business card looks awesome. Good luck and thank both of you for serving our country.
Good Morning Every one!
Here is a scan of my business card..
Just what do you think of it?
On the back is where I list what I mainly do!
Interesting. Cute Gnome!
Hey harddog00 nice card and also Semper Fi Bro
The second card (Chatterbox) doesn't make much sense for a business card. You want to represent what you do, and have it immediately recognizable...not have people say "What the heck?"
According to this card, no one can tell if you are a Keebler elf, papa smurf, or if you sell lawn ornaments, or what. TELL the people what you do with the name.