I have read everyone's opinions on raising vs not raising their prices to offset the rising fuel costs. I have decided not to raise mine until the begining of next season or for any new one-time jobs. I have been thinking about sending a letter with my invoices to all my customers letting them know that I am NOT raising their prices or adding a "fuel surcharge" (like others, ie ups, fed ex, dhl, etc.) I am wondering if this will look better for me (reminding them) or if it will make me look bad (for whatever reason). I figure its only a couple more months for the season and I think I can handle a little less profit if it means holding on to customers for next year. What do you think?