Main Trades Landscaping Lawn Mowing
Every House has a Yard to Mow
Lawn mowing businesses are here to stay. In 2006, the U.S. Department of Labor recorded over 1.5 million people worked in the lawn care service business. It's projected to steadily increase at 18% for the next 20 years. Many corporations and universities, among other clients, recognize how important the upkeep of the lawn and grounds of a location are in order to maintain a professional, positive appearance.
Customizing Your Card
Each lawn you take care of is unique, and says something about the personality of the homeowners. Just like you want to stand out from the crowd, your card should be unique and show what motivates you. Get specific. Maybe you don't to general ground maintenance, but you specialize in trimming trees and handling weed problems. It's okay to state this on your card.
Growing Your Business
Just like any other business, the lawn mowing industry thrives on growth and getting new customers. There are so many ways a business becomes noticed. A business card can help as you meet people on the street, especially on the job. Nothing works better than promoting your new business with an example of your work, and a colorful card to be remembered by.
Be Colorful and Memorable
Your card will probably need special customizations for your lawn care business. The lawn mowing industry usually has a focus on images with grass, though you don't want something too plain. A clean-cut front lawn is nice, but a truly sculpted garden can be a gem to show off too. If you have a sparkling photo that shows off what your lawn crew can do, you'll want to share that with your customers.
Your lawn care business grows as you attract clients, and what better way to do that than with an inexpensive, and useful business card. When you're out on the job, talk to people next door who might be out. Some people might walk by from the neighborhood. Others might drive by and slow down. You'll want to catch their attention, and give them a business card.
Communication is Important
Not only do you need your name, and business contact information, but you should also put some form of catch phrase. Your personal business motto about your lawn care business, and what details you can fit comfortably on the card is a good idea. If you don't have a motto, check out ground maintenance industry magazines to learn what other companies are using.
Ordering Lawn Mowing Business Cards
If you see a business card that you want to use, simply click on that image. By clicking on the image it will immediately take your selection to the Card Editor. This area will allow you to continue developing your card by entering your personal information (credentials, phone number, email address, mailing address, etc.). It will also give you the opportunity to use the back side of your card if you desire. Once you're satisfied, go ahead and complete your order. We will never sell your information. We are not a data collection company. We print business cards. It's that simple for us. In addition to this peace of mind, we also offer our 100% satisfaction guarantee. This means we will reprint at no charge, if you are not completely satisfied.