Mighty Marker Mount Answers the Age-Old Question – Where The Hell Is My Driveway? Installing the MMMs in mid-December, in semi-frozen ground, was a piece of cake. The mounts are very sturdy, and have a large, 2” striking surface, which you can whack a helluva lot harder than you can a ¼” piece of fiberglass rod, trust me. I used a rubber mallet, as recommended, and the mounts went in easily, and were WAY closer to vertical than my typical marker insertion . . .
“. . . she’s invented a bright-colored, reflective marker that lets plow drivers know where the grass starts and the pavement ends. They can be seen from more than 100 yards away, Doucette said. The Mighty Marker Mount also holds up traditional yard markers — which often fall over without the additional support, Doucette said. They can also split when hit with a hammer, she said. The mount, which comes in bright orange or green, is developed so it can be easily pushed into the frozen ground with no need to tie markers to them using duct tape, twine or plastic ties, Doucette said . . .”
Mike Cote’s Business Editor’s Notebook: The making of the Mighty Marker Mount. After two major snowstorms, chances are chunks of your lawn have been swiped by a plow or chewed up and spit out by a snow blower. That is, if you can determine where the asphalt ends and your grass begins . . .