Keep it Local: Turf Taggers
Spray painting grass. We’ve seen it at sports venues, but how about your place?
If you’ve got the idea, Turf Taggers can get it done.
“Turf is another word for grass and tagging is a slang word for graffiti. We’re just taking that concept and applying it to your grass,” said Turf Tagger Raymon Harvey.
Raymond Harvey owns the business. He’s painting a message in my yard right now, and it’s a surprise.
Turf Taggers already has been painting logos for area high schools, but he got to thinking,why not at the house, or at a local business?
Harvey says you can use Turf Tagging to represent your favorite high school team or your favorite college team, or even ask for girlfriend if she’d like to marry you.
Now folks, please don’t try this at home. Turf Taggers uses special paint that won’t damage the yard. It’s safe for pets and kids, and it’ll fade way after a few weeks of regular mowing and rain.
If you want to go Hog Wild on a party idea, Raymond is ready to paint, rattle, and roll.
Raymond also owns a company called Turf Pro that does mowing, maintenance, and more traditional lawn services.
If you can provide a solid logo, and enough green space, he’ll make sure the work is done, and that you get your very own Turf Tag.
If you’d like to get involved and paint your part of town head to Turftaggers.com