I don't often visit Lawnsite, although I've been a member for about five years. I'm also "Mick" on Plow Site. This is a suggestion to advertisers pertaining to the importance of using correct spelling, punctuation, etc in your advertising and proofreading your appeals to the public. I had a message on my answering machine this morning which left a company name, contact name and telephone number. Since I was not familiar with the company, I checked out it's website. This was the first sentence: "More then 4,000 Green Industry suppliers and buyers drive their businesses with our technology resources." The word "then" refers to something past - clearly improper in this context. Obviously, it should be "than". I would question the use of the plural - "businesses". Since you apparently want to appeal to individuals, the use of the word "business" would show that your focus is on each, individual, manager or owner, not "your customers" as a group. But actually I couldn't get past the distraction of the improper word usage to get much more out of your message. Do you really expect me or anyone else to do business with someone who pays so little attention to detail?