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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by Mad_Russian776, May 4, 2006.
What does everyone here do for a living during the winter months, outside of snow removal?
Hey man!We just got outa winter..nobody wants to talk about winter..It's SPRING and everybody is gearing up for SUMMER!
Unless your in Austrailia then they are going into winter..anyway......You can do a search on the subject useing the search feature above..we have gone through this subject many times already good luck!
I was thinking the same thing as I was asking this question. It's a busy time of year and the last thing anyone wants to think about (myself included) is winter. I was just wondering being that I'm "Just Starting in Business" and considering my options come down time.
Lawn care is my off season work.
Kind of the wrong time to ask but if you must know, I go hunting and mainly just chill. I have a part time job at a dealership that brings in a little bit of money during the winter.
Mainly though, the off season is spent getting ready for spring and summer!
Oh if you're asking, put out more advertising or something. I mean now.
go to school...and work part time some where
I took Amtrak from Cincinnati, to Chicago,Chicago to LA,LA to San Diego, San Diego to LA,LA to San Fran, San Fran to Chicago ,Chicago to Cincinnati,the train crew followed behind me with a windex bottle and paper towels to clean my face marks off the windows.......
In the early days I did the Manpower temp service thing,plowed snow,got hurt and can't do that any more so vacationing is an easy thing to fall into in the winter months.
I own another business, so I support my family with that. I stayed pretty busy throughout January with leaf cleanups, but did no advertising. This year I am going to continue leaf cleanups and do major advertising.