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Make Service Your Backbone

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Host Hattie Bryant distills the truth about Rodgers Chevrolet: great service cements the relationship that begins with the sale.

Listen To Customers

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Oregon Log's team of experts is always listening to customers to learn what they want to ensure they're meeting expectations and building the home of their dreams.

Ask Customers What They Think

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In the PS of this episode we learn that extraordinary customer service takes work.  More...  

Offer Your Customers Expert Advice

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Customers want quality products and they want insight on how to use what they buy.

Do What You Promise to Do

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John Wargo says that  publicity can win new customers but service is what brings them back.

Be The Affordable Hang Out

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The owner of Mo's doesn't mind that her restaurants are referred to as "dives." She accepts it as a badge of honor.

Be Willing to Serve

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The world -- individuals and the finest restaurants -- get their oysters for Glidden Point Oysters, a small business that provides unexpected quality and service.    For more... (opens new window)

Deliver On Your Promises No Matter What It Takes

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Mind Over Machines does complex web enabling work for the private and public sector.  Founder Tom Loveland says they strive to be the web guys people love.

Fix It Before It Breaks

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Hubert and Rose Opici say that preventative maintenance saves time and money.  More...

Out Serve the Big Guys

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Leonor Ferrer was born in Mexico City and became an American citizen over two decades ago.  She speaks the language of the small importers and she provides all the service the big competitors offer.