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Can anyone beat these prices?

I get random calls and emails of companies looking for vendors, I usually say the usual, "yes i'm always interested in more work, send me your contract and pricing guidelines and i'll get back to you"


This is by far the worst, Can anybody find a company looking to pay less?




PRICING GUIDELINE GRASS HEIGHT PRICE
1ft and under $15
01-2ft $25
2-3ft $35 3ft+
Call your State Coordinator


OTHER SERVICES PRICE
Trim Shrubs $10
Janitorial $15
Winterization $25
Snow Removal $15
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Looks like Good Choice Preservation........:whist ling2::whistli ng2:
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are they amish?

The only way those numbers work is if it's 1870 and we can graze our cows on the lawn?
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The sad thing is.. They probably have people people lined up taking these prices. The ole "we can make up on volume"...
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I get random calls and emails of companies looking for vendors, I usually say the usual, "yes i'm always interested in more work, send me your contract and pricing guidelines and i'll get back to you"


This is by far the worst, Can anybody find a company looking to pay less?




PRICING GUIDELINE GRASS HEIGHT PRICE
1ft and under $15
01-2ft $25
2-3ft $35 3ft+
Call your State Coordinator


OTHER SERVICES PRICE
Trim Shrubs $10
Janitorial $15
Winterization $25
Snow Removal $15
Tell you what, if anyone wants to work for less than that, I'll send them my work orders........



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looks like Hudrix prices(Safeguard REO)
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I get random calls and emails of companies looking for vendors, I usually say the usual, "yes i'm always interested in more work, send me your contract and pricing guidelines and i'll get back to you"


This is by far the worst, Can anybody find a company looking to pay less?




PRICING GUIDELINE GRASS HEIGHT PRICE
1ft and under $15
01-2ft $25
2-3ft $35 3ft+
Call your State Coordinator


OTHER SERVICES PRICE
Trim Shrubs $10
Janitorial $15
Winterization $25
Snow Removal $15
Sure work for me and you can keep your teeth ??!! Thos are the worst prices I have EVER seen
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You can call whomever sent you those prices, crooks, amateurs, snake oil salesmen, etc, but they are not a legit company.
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since when did Dollar General get in the PP business?
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MHlands....?????
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