The Union Recorder

Business

July 25, 2013

Top Cut establishing impressive reputation

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MILLEDGEVILLE —

Top Cut’s website provides a majority of customer leads and lets client pay online. Average one-acre yard jobs cost between $50 and $60.

Though people are surprised an 18-year-old is behind Top Cut, customers know Kirby will show up on time, in uniform and ready to work.

Weekly client contact is important to Kirby. His primary goal of customer communication builds the positive rep.

No cut grass and bounce attitude exists.

“It’s actually run like a business instead of just somebody that cuts grass,” he said.

Kirby works hard to expand Top Cut. Purchasing a box truck and building a physical location are future goals.

Community service wise Top Cut wants to push military appreciation.

“Since I went to GMC, I know how much the military means to the country and how much sacrifice is given,” the young owner said. “One thing I want to do next year is partner with Project EverGreen and provide free lawn care to a deserving family.”

Call 478-227-9MOW or visit www.topcutga.com for more information on the business.

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