Covert Harassment (Gangstalking) The Secret Criminal Part 0f Our Societies /// " Most members of the covert program are respected community members like doctors, veterans, ministers, lawyers, secretaries, **police officers*, social workers, mechanics, nurses, government employees and owners or **employees of grocery stores*, landscaping companies and phone companies...etc. Most of them are common citizens. "
#fbf "It's just a stray cat." Words from the employee of a South Florida golf course inside a very affluent gated community who accidentally ran over Trey's leg with a golf cart and literally ripped it off. 😾😿 I've never told the whole story because it's too long but I'll try and/or break it up over a few posts. None of you have never seen this pic and only know the story from the point of when I trapped them. Since Trey & Trenton's owners @trey_plus_trenton decided to share this pic…
The Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance is a strong community-driven membership organization that focuses on business growth, partnership, opportunities and awareness. Its proud members are a wide variety of large and small business owners and their dedicated employees within the community. Want to know the business owners of LWR, join the LWR Business Alliance and start connecting. PostNet of LWR is a proud Corp Sponsor of LWRBA. #NetworkingWorks
Wisconsin Family Business Forum (WFBF) The Wisconsin Family Business Forum is a partnership. We are a community that shares values, experiences and commitment to family business. We come together, as partners: business owners, family members, non-family employees, business professionals and academics - to explore the challenges and rewards of family enterprise and to grow in our knowledge, skills and experience.
Bi-Rite Market owners Sam and Raph Mogannam have created a positive and inclusive culture that extends beyond employees to suppliers and the local community. A few simple behaviors guide how staff interact with customers, known as "guests." Everything else comes down to the naturally optimistic and helpful personality of staff who work in an enjoyable and supportive culture with great products. #CustomerService #Retail #Market
Over the past 23 years Bryan Prince Booksellers found success in the book trade not by selling huge numbers of the current bestseller, but by providing a level of personal service customers can’t get in a megastore. With that idea as the base, they added a thriving mail order business, a connection to the community and a search service that almost always finds that great book whose name or author a customer can’t remember. In 2009, the owner passed the reigns to two longtime employees
Whether they provide goods or services, many small business owners in our area take pride in hiring local personnel and providing employees with the most up-to-date training in their fields, and the benefits of their efforts are then passed on to clients as well as the community as a whole. / Pictured: Riley Security and Nicole Jones
A group of TriStar Electric employees and their family members recently hosted a breakfast for families staying at the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) of Baltimore. “At TriStar Electric, we are always looking for opportunities to give back to the community that has enabled our company to thrive for over two decades,” explained Dave Crawford, TriStar Electric Co-Owner. #CommunityService