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I’m in a small town of about 5,000 people and I noticed while I was driving around town that a fair amount of businesses have closed down.  This really disturbs me.  We aren’t talking new businesses that were just trying to get up and running, we are talking about long-tenured established businesses.

One had been in business for 46 years, another for  10 years, another had been a cornerstone of the downtown area for as long as I can remember and another is in such a prime location that you would think there was no way for that business to fail.  What is happening?

Honestly, I don’t know the answer to that question. There are so many facets to running a business and so many legal, personnel issues, supply line issues, customer service issues, etc…. that go into running a small business, it’s hard to tell what exactly is the issue FOR THAT BUSINESS without getting in there and digging.   With so many going out of business in such a short period of time one wonders if there is not some underlining theme going on with all of them.  

I’m not about to try to answer that question here.  I’m not equipped and not informed enough about each of these businesses to know the answer.   I do have something to say though.

Businesses thriving are very important in society. Without them people have no work and it’s an endless series of downward spirals from there.   I could use an example here like those Direct TV commercials currently running, “don’t let your dad get punched in the stomach over a can of soup”.  Without businesses thriving in the community these kinds of things DO happen.

I became an Energy consultant to help businesses and therefore help people in my community.  Businesses have bills to pay, if those bills are made less, then the Business can spend more on advertising, marketing, etc. to EXPAND that business.  Simple.

I am in no way shape or form saying the businesses closed because their Energy bill was too high (again I have no idea why each of those businesses closed), it’s just sad that they closed their doors.

I am VERY confident though that by using my services each of those businesses could have saved just a little money on their energy bill and therefore could have spent more on whatever area they need to keep that business going, VERY CONFIDENT.

So confident, that if a business tries are service and we cannot find a lower price for them, we are willing to pay up to $1000 for our failure.   How’s that?

Please, if you are a business and fear of looking at that Energy Bill each month take a look at what we have to offer. If you know a Business Owner that has that same fear, or just wants to save some money each month, pass this along to them.   http://dealer.emexpower.com

You just never know the little ripple effects of your actions by giving this a shot.

Thank you.

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