Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Innocence and Purity Fostered in Business

Thank you for taking a stand.

When I went to my print shop, a customer was requesting a copy of a file sent by email.

The desk clerk referred it to the owner who had come to the front desk.

She refused to print the file.

She said it was not appropriate for the type of printing done at their shop.

She was very definite about it.

She was emphatic over the customer’s continued objections.

She made my day.

I appreciate the atmosphere of the print shop that I use to print what I sometimes call my “embarrassingly innocent” early childhood books.

I am not alone in my engagement of a vocabulary of integrity, honesty, upliftment, dignity, and respect.

My print shop expresses these qualities in all the work its employees turn out.

A group of forty adults works in an atmosphere of conscious cleanliness and upliftment.

That is a lot of mental, emotional and spiritual energy going into the work that is accomplished there.

I couldn’t ask for a more supportive print shop.

I highly recommend  Alphagraphics in Carrollton, TX on Josey Ln.

© 2012 Kathryn Hardage