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    Hey, I am getting enough clients, that im started to get my a$$ kicked because of the weather. I am all by myself, and I was wondering if anyone out there thought to their selves that they want more clients, but cant do it by theirselves. I would like to merge with someone, and my thoughts of going Nationwide IS going to happen. If anyone of you are from kansas city mo. Give me an email at GRASSWHOOPINS@gmail.com and we need to talk. I have serious plans, and am ready to take on another employee, as long as they have 26 or more clients. You need to look at my website first, and see if this is what you would go for. Once we get 100 houses, we become a 3 man team, and then we start more teams in different cities, and makeing money off of each team. I am very smart, not to be conceited, but if you want to make some real money, I need more help with someone who has all their equipment and ready to go. So If you are from Kansas City Mo and would like to talk to me about what I have in mind. Email me. Serious people only. I will make it big, and I want to take you with me... But I need you to get there. EMAIL ME!!!!!! Thank you,
    Mike. GRASSWHOOPINS.com LOOK IT UP

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    hey, I Am Getting Enough Clients, That Im Started To Get My A$$ Kicked Because Of The Weather. I Am All By Myself, And I Was Wondering If Anyone Out There Thought To Their Selves That They Want More Clients, But Cant Do It By Theirselves. I Would Like To Merge With Someone, And My Thoughts Of Going Nationwide Is Going To Happen. If Anyone Of You Are From Kansas City Mo. Give Me An Email At grasswhoopins@gmail.com And We Need To Talk. I Have Serious Plans, And Am Ready To Take On Another Employee, As Long As They Have 26 Or More Clients. You Need To Look At My Website First, And See If This Is What You Would Go For. Once We Get 100 Houses, We Become A 3 Man Team, And Then We Start More Teams In Different Cities, And Makeing Money Off Of Each Team. I Am Very Smart, Not To Be Conceited, But If You Want To Make Some Real Money, I Need More Help With Someone Who Has All Their Equipment And Ready To Go. So If You Are From Kansas City Mo And Would Like To Talk To Me About What I Have In Mind. Email Me. Serious People Only. I Will Make It Big, And I Want To Take You With Me... But I Need You To Get There. Email Me!!!!!! Thank You,
    Mike. Grasswhoopins.com Look It Up
    You Can Find Me On Facebook As Well Just Look Up Grass Whoopins

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    • #3
      First that's not an employee that's a partner if they have their own clients and they are working with you. And your exanding by "merging" with other companies in other towns? What is the reason they would "merge" with someone out of state? They are pretty much sharing their profits with you and not getting anything in return? You might want to explain what you are refering and maybe you will get some interest. Personally I am not going to merge with someone out of state and not reap any benefits from it and esp now have to split my profits. It's not like your going to take over for a day if I am ill or anything....
      Liberty Landscaping LLC
      www.libertylndscpng.com
      Woodbridge, NJ

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      • #4
        I am all by myself, and I was wondering if anyone out there thought to their selves that they want more clients, but cant do it by theirselves. I would like to merge with someone, and my thoughts of going Nationwide IS going to happen.
        This is a very interesting post and I would like to know more your view on how another lawn care business owner would benefit from merging with you and what you actually mean by merging?
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        • #5
          I have serious plans, and am ready to take on another employee, as long as they have 26 or more clients.
          Why a client quota and not a revenue quota? Not all lawns (and none in my immediate area) can be maintained for $25 per week. And the start ups with only 15 or so clients at $45 per week why not partner with them.

          Is franchising your business your ultimate goal, or are you wanting to become something more like Brickman Group. Does anyone else here deal with Brickman or similar companies already?

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          • #6
            are you wanting to become something more like Brickman Group
            How do they handle their operations? Do you have any insight into that?
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            • #7
              First that's not an employee that's a partner if they have their own clients and they are working with you. And your exanding by "merging" with other companies in other towns? What is the reason they would "merge" with someone out of state? They are pretty much sharing their profits with you and not getting anything in return? You might want to explain what you are refering and maybe you will get some interest. Personally I am not going to merge with someone out of state and not reap any benefits from it and esp now have to split my profits. It's not like your going to take over for a day if I am ill or anything....
              There are a lot of people who just started their own business, and call theirselves "Mike's lawn care" or whatever they want. I dont just charge $20 for every yard, there are yards in my packages that start at $20, but they all still get a bid. But.... Yes if that person had clients already, and they made a certain amount from each yard, we would discuss eachothers business, and become "Partners" to expand throughout the country. You are Liberty Landscaping, you and I would not be competing against eachother, because I dont do landscaping, but when someone asks me if I do, I tell them no, but I know someone who will do a great job, and mention your name. As you would mine, unless you mow too, then we dont.

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              • #8
                This is a very interesting post and I would like to know more your view on how another lawn care business owner would benefit from merging with you and what you actually mean by merging?
                Its more of the point, my cousins are starting in the phone book, and calling people like telemarketers, and asking them if they have a lawn service and mentioning our name before anyone hangs up, and then every 100 houses (clients) we get, we hire a 3 man team, and they do those clients. Yes our business, as well as every other lawn care is business is based upon weather, but you know the rest from there. When we start getting clients that are to far to drive to, we start hirings teams wherever the clients are. Hence Expanding, and finding people that want to make more money than they are, and not doing so much work, Hence Merging. They work for me!

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                • #9
                  Sounds like subcontracting to me.

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                  • #10
                    Hence Expanding, and finding people that want to make more money than they are, and not doing so much work, Hence Merging. They work for me!
                    From your point of view, what is the difference if you simply hired more staff versus merging with another already operating lawn care business?

                    Wouldn't you potentially make more money if you expanded and simply hired on more employees? Or no?
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                    • #11
                      *Do you have a written business plan ??
                      *Do you have a financial report for potential Partners ??
                      *What is your back ground ?
                      *How many year have you been in the Business ?
                      *Do you have financial partners or are you doing this out of your own pocket ?
                      *Are you a member of and national or State Lawn Care / Landscape Associations ?
                      These are just some of the question I would have for you if you approached me.

                      Here's a question
                      Why would I want to give up my company profits to you to do the work I already do and get 100% of the profit ??

                      The whole idea seem a little out in left field, some what of a fantasy.

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                      • #12
                        (snip...)

                        The whole idea seem a little out in left field, some what of a fantasy.
                        Meh. I dunno... I know a guy who does something like this. He advertises services in areas that he himself doesn't cover, but he knows guys in those areas that he calls when he needs them. Basically, he gets a percentage of what they make on a job. He's subcontracting the work out - he's not a "partner" with them and they don't work under his name.

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                        • #13
                          sounds dangerous I hope your covering your but for when it all goes south.... make sure you have iron clad contracts as some of these partners will try to clean you out...
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                          • #14
                            it's subcontracting.
                            I'm doing it also.........it works just fine for me and yes, believe it or not, you can actually sub out nationally.
                            And, yes, I have a detailed business plan that I am following.
                            It's quite amazing that I can take something as simple as having 1 guy mow 5 or 10 accounts (not enough to get his britches in a bind when it rains) and multiply that however many times I feel like doing it absolutely anywhere.
                            I have accounts in my own city, along with 4 other cities that are within 1-2 hours away working the same plan............reliable guy......mowing 5-10 accounts for me.......over and over and over.
                            Love it or hate it.....it works.

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                            • #15
                              Ok I kinda understand where your going with this USA but that's not how he is putting it. He calls it merging or partnering. Where he gets an even split of my profit. This seems like the service magic system of we get clients for you and you pay us $12 even if they choose not to take you. With USA they are sharing the profit on a job that they are doing. Not sure what he does if he refers someone as "sub contractor" and they don't take the sub as a LCO. I'm just saying why am I splitting my profits in a world that the money doesn't make me rich as it is because your "paying your cousins" to make cold calls that myself or someone I pay can do for me and I keep all the profits. Yea I get calls and I say call XYZ company if it's something I don't do or I feel it's to big for me. Do I ask them for money absoultely not but if they hand me 20 I say thanks. I have refered about twenty people to three different companies and I don't do it expecting a profit from reffering them. That's my theory I'm not sharing my income with someone out of state that's not direct marketing for my company and getting in the field and helping me out. Good luck to you if it's working but wait for that first law suit of well he threw a rock through my window. Or he sprayed XYZ chemical and my whole lawn/landscape needs to be replaced but I called USA/GRASS WHOOPINGS not Mike Lawn's Service.....guess what your both beat unless you have it in your contract with Mike's Lawn Service that he takes all the financial and legal obligations and even then they will probably sue you anyway because most likely your bigger and have more $$$$.....and you might wanna look into your insurance I know they asked me if I sub out work or if I am a sub for someone else. There is a huge possiblity to loose it all over a few hundred or thosand bucks. Good LUCK! All I gotta say is I ain't beat for it.
                              Liberty Landscaping LLC
                              www.libertylndscpng.com
                              Woodbridge, NJ

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