So I went on a short Vacation to New Jersey/New York. While I was there I noticed several things. First, that there are a ton of LCO's, and I thought that there was too many in my area. The home at which i was staying had an LCO mow there lawn the morning I left. I stood and just watched to see how they did things. For the most part everything was the same. Secondly, as I was driving around I noticed many many LCO's trucks out. I was staying in Ridgewood, with in the first half mile driving one morning I saw 5 differents lawn care crews working. At about every stop light I came to I saw at least one more crew as well. And third, I noticed that almost every home gets their lawn mowed by an LCO. While to the average LCO in that area those are probably some obvious observations. But I learned several things from that. In Michigan the money is in Commercial properties but out in NJ most commercial properties have no grass. And secondly, in Michigan there are homes that have LCO's mow them, but the majority mow their own lawns. It just struck me that so many homeowners in NJ and surrounding area's have LCO's take care of the lawn work. I guess what I learned is that all over the country LCO's have to be ran completely differently. It's not as easy as just cutting grass.