Credit Where It’s Due

2011 ended on a high note for me. An investment I had made a long time ago took a sudden positive turn and I had an opportunity to cash it out and pay down some small-time debt: Christmas bills, a small cap credit card, the last three payments on my used Volkswagen, a department store credit card where I owed on some appliance purchases. Stuff like that. I got them all cleaned up. It was a good feeling. Housing interest …

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One comment on “Credit Where It’s Due

  1. Ron,

    If there’s a flip-side to this trend, it’s that companies who focus on open and honest communication and business practices tend to build wonderful customer loyalty.

    We’ve seen that here at Camp Business and at our other magazines (Parks & Rec Business and Landscape Architect Business). There are lots of other examples of businesses here in our hometown of Medina (Hershey’s Barber Shop, Buehler’s Grocery Store and, ironically, our local Staples) that have earned my loyalty.

    I would guess others have had similar experiences in their towns.

    Thanks for yet another thought-provoking submission — and enjoy your weekend!

    Rodney

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