Starting A Grave Care Maintenance Business – Prairie Dogs


Overgrown cemeteries. Neglected grave sites. Tombstones in disrepair. When running your own grave site maintenance / grave care business, these are a few of the challenges you expect to help customers with on a daily basis.

However, what would you do if you were asked to deal with a cemetery full of Prairie Dogs? On one hand, you cannot allow them to completely run amok in the cemetery. On the other hand, you should not subscribe to a scorched earth policy of poisoning or gassing living animals that have been forced into a cemetery due to nearby construction.

So, would you have a solution to this problem? I would love to hear ideas on how to solve this.

By-the-way, if you are interested in operating your own grave care business you can learn how to do it through the Grave Site Business training course. We show you how to get customers, deal with cemetery management, develop services to offer your customers, and effectively price your services to make great money in this business.

Though there’s probably not a lot of money in Prairie Dog removal from cemeteries, we show you how you can start a thriving business and make great money offering services such as: Grounds Maintenance, Grave Plot Care, Decorating Headstones for Special Occasions, Offering Photography and Videography, and providing Documentation and Cemetery Mapping services.

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Grave Site Care and Decoration for Father’s Day


Hi Everyone:

I just want to take a quick minute to jump on here and remind you that Father’s Day is Sunday June 20, 2010.

If you are running your own grave care & grave site maintenance business then you know how important Father’s Day will be to your customers. You should already be taking appointments to decorate gravesite with flowers and personalized decorations. Some of your customers will want the work completed by Friday so the grave site looks nice all weekend. Other customers will want decorations placed on Sunday morning. So, be prepared to work a few hours on Sunday to make sure all your customers are happy.

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Eco-Friendly Business Cards for your Grave Care Business


If you have read our coursework on how to start and operate your own Grave Care Business, you know that we outline many methods of advertising and marketing your business. In our never ending search for interesting marketing ideas, we have come across a variation on a familiar theme.

While business cards are common to most businesses, the cards are often uninspiring. Though it’s a good idea to file cards away in a place you can find them when you need them, the back of business cards are often used to jot a quick note on and then thrown away or forgotten.

I recently came across something that I think is a pretty neat business idea. Several companies are making eco-friendly seed paper that is embedded with wildflower seeds. The biodegradable paper can be buried and the wildflowers will take root and emerge the following spring.

Though the paper is less durable than normal business card paper, the business card generates a lot of interest and potential customers seem to take notice of the cards. Also, if they do bury the card, they are reminded of the business name once the wildflowers beautify their flowerbeds.

I also think it is a good idea to give customers two cards…one to bury and one to keep.

If you have ever thought about starting your own Grave Care or Grave Site Maintenance Business, our business course, software, and video training guides will help you start and successfully operate your own Grave Site Business.

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