While all businesses have cyclical ebbs and flows, seasonal businesses such as those in the tourism, hospitality, landscaping, gardening, home improvement, and recreation industries have lofty peaks — and deep valleys.Indeed, for many seasonal businesses, 70% or more of their annual revenue rolls in during the spring and summer months. If they miss this window of opportunity, they’ll head into a long, painful winter filled with belt-tightening, deep budget cuts and layoffs, and in more severe cases, a sell-off or shut down.To exploit their revenue potential, seasonal businesses typically go on a hiring blitz and onboard anywhere from a handful...