"The customer is always right” is a term that some trace back to Harry Gordon Selfridge, founder of London department store Selfridge’s in the early 1900s. That phrase has been bantered about to prove to customers that they will always receive stellar service and to encourage employees to, well, treat the customer like family. But, let’s face it – when are family members always right?..."-- read more in the SNEWS blog by clicking here.
For Kelty, 'The Price Is Right'
Six boxes of Kelty backpacks, tents and kid carriers are on their way to Hollywood for a shot at game show stardom -- Bob Barker style that is.The shipments will be divided into two prize packages that will make their screen debut in front of a live studio audience during a Dec. ...read more