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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by scagmower, Apr 11, 2010.
I have more picts to upload, but all post them another day heres a good start though of some of the jobs we have done
Your installs look SWEET. I have to figure out how to market myself doing installs instead of maintenance. Keep up the good work, and nice Dodge. Which crew gets to use that truck?
Everything looks good. I like the new truck a lot how much did you pay for it? What do you think of the cummins compared to the duramax?
yeah my best marketing strategy has been word of mouth for doing new installs, but door hangers work well. Thanks for the kind words, yeah the dodge thats kinda my baby haha no one drives it but me haha
paid a lil over 27, its only got 62 k miles on her, not even broke in, the duramax shifts smoother, but the torque goes to the dodge, its a pulling machine!
Hey Scag! Hows everything going with you? I hope business has been good. Anything new?
Scag, what kind of attachments do you have for your John Deere? I see you've got the front end loader and back hoe. Anything else? What made you go with the tractor instead of a dingo, bobcat, or some other compact/full size skid steer?
How come you didn't put cap stones on the one wall in the pics on page 2?
What percentage of your business is actual mowing and then landscape design and install? Everything looks great. Also where did you go to school to get your degree in irrigation and landscape design and construction?
Im 22 Pretty much just doing applications and maintenance right now some small landscaping stuff that i can handle or what this economy will throw at me. How did you learn how to do pavers and brick and everything so young? and where did you get the money for all the equipment? that shits expensive haha im still paying my mowers off and about to take another loan out to get a bigger trailer.