AD: Lawnly: The ‘Uber For Lawn Care’ launches in Northwest Arkansas

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Spring is finally here, Northwest Arkansas! The sun is shining, birds are chirping, flowers are a-blooming and your lawn is growing faster than a Cornish Hen on steroids… ahem. Poultry quips aside, your lawn is growing and I’m willing to bet that shaggy grass patch makes you feel one of two things:

  1. Goodie! I love doing yard work! (strange, but I’m happy if you’re happy)
  2. Great… Spring again… I HATE doing yard work :(

If you’re on Team Option 2, fear not! You’re not alone. Doing yardwork sucks! But, what if this year could be different? What if this year, lawn care needn’t be the bane of our existence? It sounds like a fairy tale proposition but on April 16, 2015 NWA became the birthplace to an exciting new ‘Uber for lawn care’ startup. That’s right, I said Uber for lawn care. So, what does this mean for the uninitiated? Well, maybe this guy can help explain.

I think what Morpheus means is: this new service enables homeowners, like you, to get that lawn mowed, edged and blown (easy now) all while savoring that final frothy golden dollop of heaven that is an Onyx latte. What he’s also saying is this awesome experience can be had from anywhere on any internet-connected device with a browser. Basically, you’ll never need to pick up a phone, incognito cruise Craiglist, or pay for a shady business listing aggregator (looking at you Angie’s List) again.

Lawn care for the 21st century

Great, so, what does ‘Uber’ for lawn care really mean? Well, Lawnly is different things to different people but mostly it means this:

  2. On-demand service
  3. Secure online payment
  4. Did we mention no contracts?

Some use Lawnly as their regular lawn care provider and simply wait until the lawn needs mowing. Others, like real estate agents, use Lawnly when time is of the essence because they have a showing in 48 hours and that pretty new house has an ugly overgrown lawn. While others still might normally mow on their own, but injured a knee, broke the mower, or just flat out need a break sometimes.

Guess what? None of the above people are ever tied/coerced/bullied/tricked or held at gunpoint to sign into a contract bound with the blood of a first born child. You have the option of using Lawnly one time or 20 times. Ultimately, the choice is yours.

So, if any of this playful shameless plug has piqued your interest, head on over to and give us a try today. We may only be 13 days old but I’m willing to bet you’ll love the experience of lawn care for the 21st century.

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One last thing. If anyone has any questions, comments, concerns or suggestions, here’s my personal contact information. Don’t hesitate to reach out!

Andrew Motter
Founder, @lawnly
[email protected]
(479) 966-9389

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