Special Occasion Yard Cutouts

Startup Costs: Under $2,000
Home Based: Can be operated from home.
Part Time: Can be operated part-time.
Franchises Available? Yes
Online Operation? Yes

You can design and build your own special occasion yard cutouts, such as a stork for birth announcements or a happy birthday caricature. Or you can purchase predesigned and constructed special occasion yard cutouts to get this unique advertising business off the ground. Clients typically include people that want to surprise other people by having an announcement placed in their front yard to let everyone in the neighborhood know about the special occasion. Yard card rental rates are in the range of $30 to $60 per day including delivery, installation, and pickup. A special occasion yard cutout rental business is not likely to make you rich. However, a terrific part-time income can be earned from this homebased specialty advertising business.

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