I spent the weekend at the Conyers Cherry Blossom Festival. Wind aside, the event turned out beautifully. I said hello to some friends I haven’t seen in awhile, got to talk a lot of our current customers again, and hopefully made some new ones (friends and customers.) As I found myself talking to some of them I would inevitably ask them what kind of job we were doing for them and how their service had been. I was pleased to say that I didn’t get one negative response! In fact, it was refreshing to hear all the positive responses and feed back on my technicians. I was surprised at how much I remembered about some of my old customers from back when I was “teching.” I could recall their homes, where certain SENTRICON stations were, even some of the cars. Many of their kids are now grown and off to school. Man, where has the time gone.
George Bernard Shaw once said that “youth is wasted on the young.” I don’t know if that’s true or not but I know that things do, in fact, change! Usually in direct opposition to your plans! While I was at the festival I looked around me and suddenly I was back at the Marion County Fair in
When I got to the festival I just knew I had to have a lemon shake-up and an