We had an existing acount(bank) that we serviced for 17 yrs.. It was a small parking lot(60 cars) and easy to maintain. Well ,the bank expanded into a 4 acre lot,(different sight) with islands misplaced all over the place( a plowers nightmare). We just got the bid sheet on this place, I looked at it one more time, and think its just not worth the aggrevation, and excessive liability(also has a health club on property now). The way I look at it, people will be compacting the snow all day long, theres to much foot traffic, its gonna go to the lowest bidder, they set the standards on how it was to be plowed, and bottom line, it does'nt fit into the already profitable accounts we have, with less the hassle. Any of you guys ever walk away from these type of sights?