27 Feb Where are you?
Ginny Shuflin emailed me the other day. The proprietor of Miss Ginny’s Bake Shoppe was checking in to see if everything was okay, she had not seen me in awhile. It is nice to know that you are appreciated where you spend your money. Last year, the Apple store called to say: “Your name came up in our staff meeting today and we realized we hadn’t seen you for a few months. Are you all right?” Your top customers usually account for the majority of your income. Missing a good customer? Reach out today and find out why.
By the way, everything is fine. I just visited Miss Ginny’s a little too much over the holidays…
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