To answer your question regarding what fuels the economy... Long story short its the affordable cost of housing in Texas that drives the great employment rate and fuels the economy. State Farm, Chase, Liberty Mutual, Dell, Toyota, Kubota... these are all companies that in the past few years have relocated their HQ into Texas. Mostly from CA, but all for the sheer fact that their employees can get more housing for their buck. Texas has no state income tax, but there is a franchise tax on businesses which legislators are slowly getting rid of (a very good thing), so the cost of living and doing business in Texas is alot lower than other parts of the county. We have nearly every major industry here in Texas, with the exception of a few I'm sure.I don't even know if I can call that landscaping, those projects are so mega-huge that we need a new term, megascapes? lol
Just amazing. What fuels the economy in that country? Beautiful stuff.
You could take the cost of just a few of those and buy my entire city!
Groomer, thank you for the kind words, but its not me. Our success is due to our team that tirelessly puts in hours upon hours of hard work and ensures a quality end product. I'm just the guy that sells the work and watches our team work their magic. They are the ones with the true caliber of performance. I have the easy jobHats off to you sir for building such an incredible company-even in an economy such as that it still takes someone with your vision and caliber to make it all work.
Thanks for the kind words. I attended a GROW conference back in 2011 i believe, but I stopped working "in the field" around 2008 or so. I had been out of the field for a while, but definitely picked up a lot of solid information from the GROW conference w/ Marty.Awesome work! Love watching how far your company has come. Did you start working 'on' your business after a grow conference or were you already heading that way? I plan on going to 2017's conference.