Joys of small business

January 12, 2009 at 7:49 pm Leave a comment

It’s hard for me to say that I can’t be biased regarding small business, because I work for and with small businesses everyday. But I truly see the hard work, devotion, and love that gets poured into many of the entrepreneurs I meet. Take today for example, I bought a homemade sandwich and coffee from a local sandwich place. The owner is always smiling and greets everyone that walks in the door. I, without hesitation, paid $2 for a $1.45 coffee and told them to keep the change. I NEVER do this for franchised businesses. Really, what’s the extra $0.55 to me anyway?

My point is, give a little extra to local places. Not only do they deserve it, they more than likely need it.

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