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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by r_snowrider, Aug 4, 2005.
What are you guys' most succesful advertising methods for fall cleanup?
Flyers and lots of them, I have found for fall clean ups that as long as you do a good job you will usually keep them for the next fall. So best advice is to get as many as you can the first couple of years and then you have a good base to start from and you won't have to spend as much time or money on advertising.
Paper plates on telephone poles.
But seriously, folks...it is mostly word of mouth, and I think that is made up primarily of my own big mouth. I have thought of putting some nice sized wood signs on the sides of my 1 ton. I have alsp thought of putting up some painted signs (tastefully done) and hanging the high on telephone poles across the road from the subdivision approaches near me. I know this is ilegal, but they won't be that much of an eyesore, and they will be temporary - unlike all the other "Lose Weight", "Payday Advance", and "Make Money At Home" signs.