It sure does my heart good to see those Truegreen lowballers get what they deserve. They are taking a big hit in on their bottom line this weekend here in our town. They lowballed everyone on bidding for 2 years worth of contract mowing with our City. Myself, and others who had mowed the locations for years, got underbid at prices that were not even close to what it would take just to cover labor costs. Anyway, Truegreen is way behind on their mowing, and the grass has been growing like crazy due to good rains. At the city landfill, where I used to mow, Truegreen had not shown up since I last mowed it on April 1st. On Sat., they had 11 men, 5 trucks, and I don't know how many mowers on the site, and spent about 6 hours on the place. Two years ago, we faced a similar situation on that site, but, we cleaned it up with 4 men, one tractor, 2 ZTR's, and one truck. It only took us 5 hours. We made money! Truegreen bid it 50% cheaper than me. Wonder how much money they lost on that yesterday? Plus, they are in this same situation on the other 10 contracts they got here in town. I wonder how long even a big company can play this "lowball" game?