I am a small weed control/fertilization LLC, competing in my area against the likes of ChemLawn, Scotts, and about 3 other large, local companies. I am needing to add about 100 customers this early spring (I am quitting my full time job and my lawn company will now be my full time employment). I purchased 10,000 door hangers (1200 already out). With the same door hangers last year I got nearly 2% response and started my marketing right around FEB 1st. I am about 90% Bermuda, but timing for crabgrass prevention needs to be middle of FEB to first part of March. I need to get the door hangers out, ASAP, but the weather sucks. it is snowing today, and no one is thinking about lawn care. But, if I wait too long, I will get beat to the punch by the ChemLawns. Plus, I need to have all my applications done, which will take me ~3-4 weeks, by the first week or so of March to beat the crabgrass. Today was my last day at my prior full time job, and I am feeling really nervous all of a sudden. I don't want to be sitting on my butt on my first day as full time self employeed, but I also don't want to be hanging stuff on doors that will automatically go in the trash because of the weather. What do you guys suggest? hang em anyway? Shift gears and take care of my existing accounts' Round 1 early, and hang the door hangers later and hope that i'm not too late to compete with ChemLawn? thanks guys.