LawnMowingOnline pays mowers $50,000, saves customers $20,000

With the end of the year fast approaching and the mowing season over across most of the US we decided it would be a good time to calculate exactly how we did in 2010.

The numbers are pretty good: in 2010 we paid almost $50,000 to our mowers and saved customers nearly $20,000 compared to the average cost of paying a lawn care provider (~$30+ per mowing). All in all we had a great year, it feels really terrific to be helping people make $50,000 that they wouldn’t have received any other way while saving hardworking Americans $20,000 in the process.

We’d like to thank all of our customers and mowers for making 2010 a great year and look forward to the 2011 season.

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One Response to “LawnMowingOnline pays mowers $50,000, saves customers $20,000”

  1. LawnMowingOnline sees sales rise 65% in 2011 « LawnMowingOnline.com Blog Says:

    […] Despite the worse drought in history hitting the US in 2011 LawnMowingOnline saw a tremendous increase in sales, a full 65% increase.  This means we paid contractors roughly $80,000 and saved customers over $30,000 compared to the nearly $50,000 paid to mowers and saving customers almost $20,000 in 2010. […]

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