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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by Davis Lawn Mowing LLC., Mar 23, 2004.
LOOKS GREAT , I Might have it read Davis Lawn Care so if your want to add aeration or de-thaching, 0r whatever your good
I agree. I would DEFINITELY use a different title besides "lawn mowing". That just gives the connotation of the young entrepeneur who also does car washes, and has a lemonade stands on Saturday afternoons. Just an idea... use a professional industry term, that is actually used in text. Lawn & Landscape, Lawn Maintenance, Landscape Maintenance, Landscape Management, Grounds Maintenance, Property Maintenance, Property Management, Land Care, Property Services, etc.. This gives you a little more room to grow, than just "lawn mowing". Oh, I certainly wouldn't use lawn care, either, if you're not into the chemical aspect of it. This is a widely mistaken term in this industry.
I like it.
The logo proportions will make it look great on the back of your truck. I agree.