Category Archives: Customer for Life

Before you leave

Target House. . . an apartment style building built by Target for families of children whose treatment at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is scheduled to last longer than 3 months. Each apartment is fully furnished. Other amenities include: Free … Continue reading

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What is the purpose of your business?

You’re probably in business to make money, right? Certainly nothing wrong with that. Offer a product or service, set the price, sell it. Now what? Do it all over again. And again. And again. Lather, rinse, repeat. It’s not just … Continue reading

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It was only $2.32

I’m married to a shopaholic. Rather, I’m married to a coupon-a-holic. If it’s not on sale or there isn’t a coupon attached to it, chances are it’s not going to be bought. If it is, there is grumbling. So when … Continue reading

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It’s a Business Decision

When I was at the bank recently making a deposit, I told the teller (she’s one of my customers too) that we would no longer be banking with them after 1 more day. This is a bank with which we … Continue reading

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Thanks for calling

Okay. So it seems that I’m on this telephone theme lately. A regular guest came by the other day while I was at another store. We were out of his product. Our employee took down his information and told him … Continue reading

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