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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by pcarlson1911, Sep 25, 2006.
what do you think?
I like that slogan.
Had a 6th grade teacher by the last name of Carlson by the way.
I teach sixth grade.... insert twilight zone theme song...
The credit for Lawn care in a class of it's own goes to xoopiter!
The teacher I had was an IU teacher for the deaf.
Hey thanks! I can't see the sign though broken pic.
I'm going to school so hopefully I can teach and not do this anymore. It doesn't make me feel any better that a teacher is doing this for some side money.
brings up alot of questions doesnt it....
its sick that 2 teachers, not 1, have to mow grass to make ends meet, they should be payed better... or if they are already dong well..... find a different hobby.....
i have a buddy that ended up moving to Japan to find a job teaching, he was a music teacher and couldnt find work if he wasnt a math or science teacher. He is now teaching english in Japan.......
no child left behind , my behind.....
i spent part of my life in the Marine Corps,
so should i start a business called, Marine Corps Lawn Care,
"we'll keep your lawn squared away!"
just seems wrong and maybe offensive to other potential customers....
sorry i am not attacking your idea, just giving my gut reaction...... best of luck teach.....
I like your sign. And I am not attacking your idea, but:
If I'm a customer, and I truly care about my property looking good, I might think twice about having a "part timer" do it.
You can do whatever you want, but you might want to re-consider making it obvious that you're doing this part time.
I have a full-time job, and I don't let any of my customers know it. Of course, I'm working towards being able to quit it, and perhaps you are too.
Just something to think about.