Advocacy is defined as "public support for or recommendation of a particular cause or policy". From what I have personally seen over the years from you and your office doesn't even come close to advocacy. Your clients have the same m.o. each and every time. They would roll into the place of business, spend 5 minutes inside, then roll out. Never say a word to the owner or manager. Then roll out. They have not asked for access to anything. They don't spend a dime at that particular place of business. How is it possible for someone who lives over 100 miles away happen to be here in Eureka to purchase a simple tool that could be purchased less than 10 miles from their home? 2 Weeks later, the owner receives a letter from your office addressing the issues the named Plaintiff has not personally seen. The owner would then call you, explain the situation, your respond by saying either do the work or pay me. When the owner "settles" with you, you then tell that owner "There is no guarantee I won't sue you again." I was there when you told the owner this.
When you say, tax credits are available, why don't you mention this? If a business owner does not have the CASH to make the necessary changes, what difference does it make there are tax CREDITS available anyway? When a small business is barely profitable, why go in and take that profit away from your frivolous lawsuit? "What is not in the media is the hundreds of letters my office and my clients have written that obtain access without a lawsuit." Out of those hundreds of letters, how many were settled out of court that ended up lining your pocket? Now who is lying?
Clicking like on something doesn't really meant that you like that page. Some companies make it so that the only way to get information from them is to "like" the page. Liking certain pages is not necessarily a window into someones character.
It's quite possible they had the most competitive bid to complete such a major project. Union vs non-union usually doesn't become a factor in deciding in who to award the bid. Barbara has way too many supporters for such a "boycott" to even make a difference. Ordering my hot wings as I type this!
I may be off-topic, but why is it there is a Sacramento Based Loss Prevention Company in our LOCAL Co-Op? Do we not have 4 other LOCAL companies to choose from?
Aaawwww....how cute! Lmao!!
wow!! I KNEW I should have voted for him this last election cycle! Occupy Eureka is officially out of here! Thank you Will! Now I can go back to tying rubber gloves to the flag pole so that on a windy day I can pretend someone is waving at me!
I would have to agree with this 1000%...I too have foretold the Year of the BerryPicker was going to be in 2012 sans speedo...things that make you go...bbbrrrr... :-)
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