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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by GroundKprs, Dec 18, 2001.
IMHO LCO is OK.....
PCO Pest Control Operator
Don't you remember the pooper scooper thread? Pxxp Control Operator!
You Yankee can scoop poop all you want. Here in gods country Even the great state of Fla. Beuracrates use the term PCO. Our favorite bumper sticker reads "we don't care how you did it up north" I remember the day that every Fla. pick up truck had a rifle rack and a Rebel Flag in the back window. They had to, to past state inspection. We hunted cows and we had hitching post on every corner in town and no fence laws. Heck we didn't scoop it we shoveled it.
Fla. is the second largest cattle state. In Fla Cowboys are call Cow hunters.
You can be a PCO, pest that is - no, no, I mean pest control. But that appears to be a regional term, and may be a better description of chemical lawn care to be used on a national level someday, too.
I was asking for a phrase to describe the range of membership of LawnSite. How would you describe, in a short general phrase, your business if it was all inclusive, from planting the grass to mowing it, and everything in between. And have an acronym we can use in public, please. I like LMC so far.
Thinkin' cap time.