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Old 10-19-2007, 11:32 PM
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Quote[/b] ]My First year I got a commercial account doing a small Office and retail plaza.
Since that was your first commercial. How did you go about getting it compared to how you obtain commercial accounts now. Or is it the same strategy. Just modified some with four years under your belt.

What made them choose you over other more experienced lawn care services? Maybe the way you presented your self and your business.
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Old 10-20-2007, 01:07 AM
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This is what I tell them, Smaller company can do better then a large company. They ask me how? I tell them ( As smaller company can spend more time on there lawn cause we do not have to rush get it done. We can spend more time then a large company that has lets say 100 accounts , they are trying get them all done in 6 days. Most company's have seen this in the past with larger company's. Also you should have other customers that can give you positive remarks. Then the rest is in giving the Lowest Bid.
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