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No Soliciting in sub-divisions

Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by ToddS, Feb 9, 2005.

  1. ToddS

    ToddS LawnSite Member
    Posts: 58

    Does this just include door to door? I am getting ready to start advertising with door hangers and flyers and most sub-divisions in my area have a no soliciting sign at the entrance of the sub-division. If this includes door hangers and flyers then how do you get around this? I see many posts recommending both door hangers and flyers as the most effecient and cost effective ways to advertise services. Thanks in advance.

  2. Littleriver1

    Littleriver1 LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 811

    Mail them the old fashion way.

    SCAG POWER LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 343

    Go too the tax records and look up the subdivisons that ypu want to hit. Then mail directly to the home owner. payup
  4. Anthony-MB

    Anthony-MB LawnSite Member
    from georgia
    Posts: 109

    I'm in the same boat as you --
    The best thing is to buy a mailing list and target your clients
  5. Mike'sLawnCare

    Mike'sLawnCare LawnSite Member
    Posts: 7

    I talked with my attorney last week about this same issue! He told me that they cannot do anything to me legally except ask me to leave. So worse case while I am hanging in these neighborhoods they can ask me to leave here in Indiana!
  6. timberho

    timberho LawnSite Member
    Posts: 6

    i used to work for a dairy farm and we sold delivery service door to door. my boss told me not to pay attention to these signs, unless they are for a gated type community. otherwise, it's just to cut down on annoying salesmen (like i was) but i was usually recieved pretty well in these neighborhoods and nobody ever said anything like "did you miss the sign?" hang em up

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