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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by CreativeLawncareSolutions, Mar 27, 2013.
Intentionally made to be simple and hopefully effective.
Is it to late to make the "C' bigger?
Yeah, it is. 2500 of em are sitting on my dining room table right now.
you never charge more than $35 dollars? Cause if someone has a huge lawn wants there lawn cut for 35 dollars im picking you and your going to have to honor your price posted on the coupon, next time but a *certain restrictions apply cause if you dont honor it, it can be false advertisement*
*I maybe wrong about this but I think I am right
But overall it looks good
I'm personally placing them myself so no worries!
And that's not a coupon but in my notes to the designer I told him to "make it look like a coupon." Guess that worked!
i would have done something with else with the $25 to $35 field as well. i think they look great though.
how much per door hangar?
$189 for 2500 from A'deas. I got the Band-it ones.
What are you gonna do when you have a $40 or $50 yard? Having prices printed on them was a bad idea. It severely limits the properties you can place them on. If you have to print prices on them it is best to do it at the bottom where it can be cut off if you want to saturate an area.
I'm personally placing them all. I'm not interested in any property that would take me longer than 30 minutes from start to finish.
I think the prices directly on them is an absolute must. That's just my opinion, but I believe strongly in that opinion.