One Reason Why Your Neighbor’s Grass Is Greener

Grass painting. It’s the latest thing.

Upstate Always Green in Gaffney, S.C. is doing a booming business painting dead grass. They use a water base dye and no chemicals except for a little ammonia.

Green Grass

Grass painting.  It’s the latest thing.

 

 

Upstate Always Green in Gaffney, S.C. is doing a booming business painting dead [tag-tec]grass[/tag-tec].  They use a water base dye and no chemicals except for a little ammonia.

 

“I just wanted green [tag-ice]grass[/tag-ice],” says owner John Imand.  “I knew they painted [tag-self]grass[/tag-self] in the NFL and some baseball fields.”

 

Cost per square foot is only a nickel.  Upstate Always Green can charge $400 to $600 for a quarter-acre with the dye lasting around 90 days. 

 

And that may be just enough time to clench  a real estate deal. 

 

His best customers?

 

Real estate agents, homebuilders and funeral homes, naturally.

 

Better hurry if you want to get in on the ground floor on this.  They’re already talking to potential franchisees in Las Vegas and Tallahassee.    

 

My comment? 

 

This could only happen in America.

 

 

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