“The Attic”


My friends, Judy and Ellen, owned a clothing store in my small home town. It was named “The Attic.” The clothes in their store were beautiful. And pricey. They sold like hotcakes, anyway. I think I know why. Judy and Ellen knew every repeat customer by name, all of her likes, dislikes and former purchases. Every time a lady entered their store, Judy and Ellen treated them like queens: they were there to work for her. A customer left their store satisfied with her purchases, and feeling she had made two new friends. I know, because I shopped there. Great customer service made “The Attic” a success for many, many years. Their example reminds me how to treat my customers.


About shannaroberts

I am a happily married mom and grandma. In birthdays, I am over the hill. (but just barely...) I live in a rural community. I am Christian. I have blond hair and blue eyes. And that probably explains thousands of other women, so let me really tell you about me: I like to laugh and have fun! I love living in America. I love to cook yummy food and sew just about everything. I like to play the piano and watch school plays. I like to meet new people. I am a good listener and a good talker, too. I enjoy crafting, crocheting, and home decoarating on a dime. I love family get togethers and shopping. Playing board games, reading, or watching a movie while eating lots of snacks are my ideas of a good time. I like the challenge of doing something new. I love jewelry! I have been in direct sales for over 25 years and am still loving it. I want to live to be 100 years old so I can keep doing all the things I love! How about you?

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