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.

    ToddS
     
  2. Littleriver1

    Littleriver1 LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 811

    Mail them the old fashion way.
     
  3. SCAG POWER

    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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