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Old 12th March 2007, 01:14 AM   #8
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I sent something that said it in a simple manner and didn' t risk offending anyone or breaking any rules:

Boxes of Thanks-Alot Girl Scout Cookies

I also gave a box to each of the UPS drivers at my local HUB and to every delivery person that came to my business for three weeks. I made a personal trip to my vendor locations and handed out cookies to the employees taking time to thank each one for being a part of making my business successful. This helped our local Girl Scout Troop and our customers, employees of our vendors, and the service/delivery people absolutely loved them!

You don't have to give something expensive, it can even be a simple thank you note or card to let your customer know that you appreciate them. I remember how much it meant to us that a car salesman took the time to send us a handwritten and hand addressed Thank you card, a Christmas card, and birthday cards over the past three years. (We just went back to that dealership and bought another vehicle because of that kind of personal service.)

Diana

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