Starting a Buisness this winter

Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by CSLC, Dec 4, 2010.

  1. CSLC

    CSLC LawnSite Member
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    Hey guys...I have been on here for I think about 2-3 yrs now....I am starting a business this winter...Here is a copy of my business card I developed let me know if it looks good, or if you would change anything....

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  2. fl-landscapes

    fl-landscapes LawnSite Silver Member
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    looks good. The "big enough but small enough" saying has been over used but probably still effective. The type in some spots, especially under "landscapes and hardscapes" has a really small font, I would enlarge it a bit to make it more legible. Nice card though.
     
  3. CSLC

    CSLC LawnSite Member
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    Do you have any other idea's for a slogan?
     
  4. fl-landscapes

    fl-landscapes LawnSite Silver Member
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    Youll have to find one that you like and fits your business model. The one you have is ok I guess, i just think it is used a lot already.
     
  5. starry night

    starry night LawnSite Silver Member
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    Why does your username and company names spell turf with two f's ?
     
  6. newjerseylandscaping

    newjerseylandscaping LawnSite Bronze Member
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    No way i almost ordered that exact print, Vista Print? i went with the diffrent landscaping one, cant wait till the come in.
     
  7. rollinrock

    rollinrock LawnSite Member
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    Ok, to me the card looks generic. And I don't think you need a cutesy slogan. You need to get the phone to ring.

    Use a picture of yourself. Drive home a reason for them not to toss your card on the dash of their pickup.

    Maybe throw up an offer . . . something like if you call and mention this card 10% off your first mowing.

    Also if you are president does that mean you are huge business. I have not heard of a lawn care business with a president.

    do you have a site? I would use my email from my site, so it could be. brian@yoursite.com

    To me that means you are more professional.

    Another thing to consider would be to give them a time to call. And ensure them you will answer the phone at that time. And if they call at any other time they will get the answering machine.

    This first all build trust that you hold up your end. And the next it set up a situation where they know they will get you on the phone. Which sometimes can be a problem.
     
  8. ProcsLC

    ProcsLC LawnSite Member
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    I like the card... Not a big fan of the two F's in turf... I think a lot of people would think you just don't know how to spell.... Also, I agree with the above poster, remove president... Insert owner... Because that is what you are....
     
  9. Agape

    Agape LawnSite Bronze Member
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    'cause it's Freakin' Fabulous! lol:laugh:

    I'm also the Emporer of my company!:cool2:
     
  10. Agape

    Agape LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,645

    I'd also add a CCB Lic. # for the hardscapes.
     

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