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Nothing wrong with your article, except maybe, You have a major advertiser and you are highlighting their competetor. Not sure that is cricket, but write a good article about Blanchard and Calhoun or Meybohm next to see how it goes over with Joe at S & H.
It’s cricket. A business can buy ad space. But a business can”t buy media coverage. And an ad buy doesn’t block all other businesses in the same category from receiving story coverage that they deserve.
Thanks Jim. I had the utmost respect for Mr. Boardman. The story was actually my idea. We might all be competitors but we all get along
Hey, Jim. Actually, I just did a story about Dickey Boardman of Meybohm Reality. It was Joe that wanted me to do the story. Also, I was just in the Book Tavern today. We support all local businesses. I also go to Book Exchange too as they have a different selection of stuff and are right around the corner from me.
Enjoyed your write up. I have know Paul for years – he deserved this article!