Landscapers asked to share with others
Every landscaper and professional gardener uses trade secrets and helpful hints to finish jobs faster and better. Now sharing those tips could fetch them more than just a pat on the back for a job well done.
WD-40 Co. is asking professionals to share their tricks of the trade for possible inclusion on the WD-40 Job Site, an online resource for homeowners and do-it-yourselfers. Professionals whose suggestions are selected for the job site will receive a WD-40 tool belt, not to mention recognition for their know-how.
“Trade professionals have long used WD-40 on the job, and we know they’re the real experts when it comes to maintenance and repair,” said Rob Fleisher, director of marketing for WD-40 Co. “The Job Site will share that knowledge with homeowners in a handy online resource.”
Whether it is a hint on replacing a broken sprinkler head or a tip on sharpening lawnmower blades, WD-40 Co. wants to share these pearls of wisdom. These tips are not found in any trade manual or instruction book; they are hints and shortcuts that make a job easier, faster and better.
The WD-40 Job Site, which launches is May 2003, will feature at least 100 tips from professionals in several industries, along with a variety of suggestions from the Carey Brothers, home improvement gurus and hosts of the syndicated radio program “on the House.”
Professionals can submit their shortcuts and tricks of the trade on the WD-40 Web site, located at www.wd40jobsite.com. Or they can send their idea, in 200 words or less, along with their name, occupation, mailing address, phone and e-mail address to WD-40 Job Site, P.O. Box 881515, San Diego, CA 92168-1515.
The deadline to submit entries is March 31, 2003.