NEWS BLOG

Lancashire Lawncare are now offering £10 discount for any successful referral. We continue to expand our business not through expensive marketing but through the satisfaction of our customers. We are looking to use that as the basis to continue growth. We feel it only right that we continue to look after our loyal customers by rewarding them for successful referrals. So who can you think of that would benefit from our services? Here’s some helpful ideas below.

Who could you let know about Lancashire Lawncare?

* Family (Son’s, Daughters, Mothers, Fathers, Grandparents, Uncles, Aunties, Nephews, Nieces)
* Friends (Workmates, internal noticeboards at your place of work, social clubs)
* Your Gardener (We successfully complement many landscape and garden maintenance gardeners)
* Neighbours (Tell them why your lawn looks so good)

How can we spread the word about Lancashire Lawncare?

* Social Networking Sites (Feel free to refer us via Twitter or Facebook)
* Business Networking (Working together with other related businesses)

Looking for a unique present this year?

Why not treat a family member or friend to Lawn Treatments this year.

A basic lawn package can cost as little as £52 for the year, that’s just £1 a week!!

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