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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by rookiemower, May 22, 2003.
this sounds really stupid but im new to the field
Lawn Care Operator
thanks chuck just joined site
You will also see in the trade rags (and sometimes here?) the term LCO used for Landscape Construction Operation. So sometimes you need to know the context of the use. LMO = Landscape Maintenance Operation
its an alternative to saying, "im a lawn boy"
I like LMO better. Landscape Maintenance Operator.
After all we maintain the entire property don't we?
Besides, I do not operate a lawn care business, I prefer grounds maintenance as I do more than lawns. And it does sound more professional.
What we really are is Professional Lawn Beautification Specialists...
Just like the homeless are "residentialy challenged".
here is another good one
What good one mate??