In a kickoff to their 3rd Annual Week of Giving, the Mungo Homes Foundation orchestrated a surprise donation of $30,000 to Reconciliation Ministries on December 4. The unsuspecting recipients, Lucky Dettie and Ashley Arrington of Reconciliation Ministries were delighted during what they believed to be a coffee-serving event at theContinue Reading

In a philanthropic gesture, David Tucker, owner, and president of Corner Pantry Inc. and Tucker Oil, recently presented a generous check of $35,462.02 to Beth Irick, CEO of The Cooperative Ministry. The significant donation stems from the success of the second annual Tucker Oil/Corner Pantry golf tournament held at TheContinue Reading

Laura Evans of Beckett Financial Group has been named Admin of the Month by the American Society of Administrative Professionals (ASAP). The prestigious recognition is bestowed upon professionals who exhibit exceptional excellence, depth of knowledge, expertise, and unwavering commitment to the administrative field. Founder of Beckett Financial Group, JB Beckett,Continue Reading

By Mike DuBose We recently discussed inferior products and services inflamed by poor customer service. Now, we outline successful complaining techniques. Park emotions: After experiencing frustrating, dreadful avenues to resolve problems, it’s often difficult to calm down. Before launching full-scale, feel-good attacks towards people or organizations, carefully develop complaint strategies.Continue Reading

The Columbia Triad Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) was honored at the National Conference held October 4 – 7 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The Columbia chapter is led by Chapter President Jacqueline Brabham. With the theme “Discover Your Story,” the conference provided a platform for the ABWA’s missionContinue Reading

The American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) has named Doris Gallman Harrison as a 2024 Top Ten Business Woman. ABWA recognizes ten women annually across the nation for their outstanding achievements in career, education, local chapter involvement, and community action. The honoree exemplifies the organization’s vision and mission and is spotlightedContinue Reading

Part 2 Why do people complain? After all, it’s a natural part of human behavior. People complain about anything from the weather, dangerous drivers, slow WI-FI, waiting in line, and leaving toilet seats up! Simply stated, if something doesn’t meet our expectations, we’re going to let someone know! This spillsContinue Reading

By Mike DuBose Everyone has experienced rude or bad customer service, defective products, long telephone-wait-times, and staff or contractors who “overpromise and underdeliver!” When you call for help, some astonishing examples of customer-service frustrations are: Contacting the DMV and hearing 50+ times, from recorded, unenthusiastic tones, “It’s a great dayContinue Reading