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post #1 of Old 03-04-2014, 06:43 PM Thread Starter
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How should I donate this commercial clean?

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I have just started a commercial cleaning company; been advertising for about 6 months.

I will be donating a commercial clean; to a benefit, for a little girl that was kidnapped, in my town. This will be in a silent auction. This would be my first commercial clean, so I may be in over my head. Not sure how to word the gift certificate. I think is need to be an office, since it is my first.

I have cleaned offices for other companies before; so I think I feel more comfortable starting with an office.

Can anyone tell me what I should offer? As in size of space or any limits I should put on it?

The benefit is this Saturday, thank you for any advice!
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raelyn,
First, that is a great service for a worthy cause, my hat's off to you! A good way to keep from getting in over your head would be to write up a gift certificate for a specific number of man hours for office cleaning. This way you know exactly how much you're donating and you don't wind up cleaning a 10,000 square ft office building and losing your shirt. Good luck!

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raelyn,
First, that is a great service for a worthy cause, my hat's off to you! A good way to keep from getting in over your head would be to write up a gift certificate for a specific number of man hours for office cleaning. This way you know exactly how much you're donating and you don't wind up cleaning a 10,000 square ft office building and losing your shirt. Good luck!
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Yes, You should always keep certificate for new office..
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