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New landscape lighting webinar series announced

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Learn more about this growing and profitable segment with four webinars from Kichler Lighting and Lawn & Landscape.

| March 15, 2012

CLEVELAND – Starting in March, Lawn & Landscape will offer a series of webinars on landscape lighting.

Sponsored by Kichler Landscape Lighting and presented by Lawn & Landscape, the series will focus on how to start a lighting business, increase your sales and target the right customer niche.

"According to our research, landscape lighting is one of the fastest-growing and most-profitable services that landscape contractors offer,” says Chuck Bowen, Lawn & Landscape editor and associate publisher, and host of the four webinars. 

The schedule for the 2012 webinars is as follows. Sign up for each by following the links below.

Why There’s Never Been a Better Time to Offer Landscape Lighting
Landscape lighting is a growing segment, and a profitable niche. Here’s why it makes sense for you to consider adding it as a service.
March 20
Noon EST
 
Create a Successful Landscape Lighting Business
What landscape contractors need to know to better understand the market, and how they can build a strong lighting business.
July 25
Noon EST
 
Get more Bids, Close More Jobs Part I
How to identify and target your best customers and markets.
Aug. 22
Noon EST
 
Get more bids, Close more Jobs Part II
Build a stronger sales and marketing process and find success in 2012.
Sept. 19
Noon EST

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