t-shirt slogans


LawnSite Senior Member
Going to have polos and tshirts made up with my company name on the back some will read "Kiss our Grass", so will say "Embarrasing the competition is our job and we love it" and the others will read "Chicks dig us"

what do you think?


LawnSite Senior Member
Doesn't sound too professional if you ask me.
I like the idea of having something catchy on the shirts, but I wouldn't want to associate those sayings directly with our business name.

Not sure what you're going for with these shirts, maybe you can expand a bit. I'm sure there's a time and place for them, but for everyday customers to read that wouldn't be my first choice.


LawnSite Member
ottawa on
I agree with twins and Lynerd

And, IMHO polo shirts should NEVER have anything printed on the back - just a small logo/patch on the left chest


LawnSite Senior Member
well, I think we are going to put the "kiss our grass" on the back of the tshirts and hand them out to lots of customers...free advertising. Maybe stay away from the others. The polo shirts will have phone #'s on them too, and I am also having Carhart embroidered shorts done with the logo

Trevors Lawn Care

LawnSite Bronze Member
explain to me (us) how that is "free" advertising? How much is it going to cost you to have these made.

Some people are to thick skinned to take advice...

He came up with an Idea and i think he wants to go with it. Let him.

Good luck with the shirts.



Yardley, PA.
Stupidest thing I've read here in a while. What customer in their right mind would hire someone with a shirt that says "chicks dig us"??.

If you want pointing and laughing, go with that.

If you want customers, and you want them to take you seriously and view you as a pro, reconsider you plan.


LawnSite Silver Member
Be honest, you're just trolling, right?

You're not serious, are you?

seasonal services

LawnSite Member
I agree with everyone else. I have never heard of such a thing. "chicks dig us"??? I dont get it and handing out t-shirts isnt very smart. I can almost guarantee your customers wouldnt wear them unless you have known them personally for years. Wear them yourself and for workers. If your giving shirts away give me some plain grey t-shirts i dont feel like spending 5 bucks a shirt.