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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by rudeboy, Aug 3, 2007.
let me know which name your like better i made a poll
I chose none because what if you decide to do more than just lawn services?
Same. You should make it Ex: Fox landscaping instead of Fox Lawn Care.
Is Fox your last name?
If it is, then I'd pick Fox Lawn and Landscaping.
I don't dig cheesy names.
yeah i guess i need think of a different one than
no fox isnt my last name so you don't like any of theses
Yea, I voted Fox Lawncare...now reading that, I voted wrong. You really cant use Fox LCO if your name aint fox...dont make sense.
nope, don't like any of those. what's the point of using fox then if it aint your last name?
I voted for fox too. But if not your name then why? A name is a name. Worry about doing what you do, not what you call yourself. What sounds like it would be better quality? Exmark or Craftsman? An x, or something a craftsman would use. From the sound of the name I would have to go with craftsman.
how about Nature's Edge Landscaping