I don't think it is viable. First of all, I doubt you can get 10 deals a day. More importantly, you need to make sure it is cramped within the 2 hours to make the time efficient. It's highly unlikely that scenario will happen.
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I have seen a few non-profits offer something similar around here. I am sure it will raise money, but the real question is how much? Might be more apporpriate as a side gig or fundraiser than a full time business.
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Going door to door offering to paint their address on their curb for them.
Not very glamorous. Very menial actually. But I do believe there is money to be found in it. Charge $10 a pop and only if you line up 10 to do a day, that`s $100 gross for maybe an hour or two of work.
Just an idea I`m considering here. What`s everyone think of it? I know that I would have to check with the city to make sure that no permits or anything like that are required, any other legal stuff I`d have to consider?
Anyone think it`s a dumb idea? I`m currently working as a pizza delivery man, which explains where the idea came from. Believe me, if everyone had their address painted on the curb the world would be just a little bit better. I deliver pizzas, think how much more serious it is for paramedics who have trouble finding the right house. I don`t know, I think it`d work, but I`d like to hear peoples feedback, suggestions, criticisms. I`d probably just simply promote it by going door to door or with doorhangers.
Thanks for the feedback!
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