Four Seasons Total Landscaping Cashes In On Overnight Stardom

Four Seasons Total Landscaping Cashes In On Overnight Stardom

In case you missed it, little-known Philadelphia landscaping business Four Seasons Total Landscaping shot to overnight stardom on the weekend, after the Donald Trump campaign mistakenly booked the venue for a press conference, rather than the Four Seasons Hotel.

The business is now looking to cash in on its 15 seconds of fame, launching a new range of merch featuring Trump-inspired quotes.

There was an early indication that Four Seasons Total Landscaping – which is situated next to an adult bookstore and crematorium – released a post on Facebook to address the chaos.

“Four Seasons Total Landscaping is a family-owned small business run by life long Philadelphians. We were honored to be asked to host a press conference at our facility. We thank all of those that have shown support for our business and while we understand the negative comments, it saddens us that we have received such harsh judgement. Our team at Four Seasons would have proudly hosted any presidential candidate’s campaign at our business. We strongly believe in America and in democracy. We hope that our fellow Americans can join together and support all local small businesses during this time. For those interested in purchasing shirts, our website will have a Merchandise tab uploaded by Monday Morning, just bear with us!”

Staying true to their promise, the company website now proudly displays a merch tab, filled with Trump-inspired puns, including a sticker with the message “MAKE AMERICA RAKE AGAIN… LAWN AND ORDER!”

As has been the demand for Four Seasons Total Landscaping merch, all items apart from the Green FSTL t-shirt have now sold out.

More stock will be available soon, the company said in a statement.

 




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