Coming Very Soon!!!
Don’t let the gov or the mayor or and council people limit our public safety. It is critical to have these brave men and women who show up and save lives and prevent things from getting out of control. They are real people, real friends and real family members. By making cuts, the city and state and whoever else is trying to get our taxes up but take away our safety and security (which is ridiculus) will not do much good for any one.
It is time to stand up to these fragile monsters who work for us, yet most of the time help very few, and the very few are the wealthy who give back contributions to them—a big ugly circle!!! Well I don’t want to allow it to happen. Last night, I saw a show which scared me. People were armed with weapons of choice and steel like masks fought almost til death. What I learned from the show is that this can be real someday soon. We may be fighting our neighbors in an urban war of we allow our government to get out of control.
One sign of allowing our government to get out of control is to lay off the men and women who serve as our public safety. It makes no sense to do this, none whatsoever. There are so many other ways to cut expenses and not people…
UniformSpec, Uniformed Professionals central hub, officially hit the internet on August 10, 2009. UniformSpec, after 2 years of development and testing, released UniformSpec Version 1/1. The main focus of Version 1/1 was to allow users feedback while testing the e-commerce waters. Dan McDonald Jr, founder of UniformSpec.com, sees an opportunity to enhance the turn around time through online private stores. ‘I have worked on several private stores with several web developers. All of the stores functioned properly and were user-friendly, however, none of the private stores were tied into our Company Computer System. UniformSpec.com is a public and a private store all in one and ties into our internal computer system. We are excited about allowing our customers and account administrators the ability to having even more control over their needs.’
The uniform industry is large, yet petite when compared with many other industries. Customer Service has always been an essential part of the uniform industry and while we continue to do that with our show room and distribution center, we will be able to enhance and eliminate hassles for customers ordering at UniformSpec.com. Dan guarantees by stating, ‘Inside our facilities, we stress triple checking. Mistakes happen. We are all human and unfortunately, some people miss things. By triple checking with 3 different people, I highly doubt any mistake will be able to exit our shipping department. You have my word, if it does happen I will supply gift cards with an undisclosed value to be able to use for any inconvenience our customer has.’