scotts employee dies in elevator accident

Post: January 6th, 2010: ERS-2010-01-06 #187 Show Notes

Click Here to download ERS-2010-01-06 #187 Welcome to a new decade everyone! Shorter show as I forgot to talk about the calendar of events. I’ll talk about those next week. I hope everyone had a great extended weekend. A couple of stories that should be of interest to you; the first involving a terrible accident which left an employee dead at the Scotts Company and the second how you can market your business online a bit better. You’ll need to listen to the program to understand what I’m talking about. Be safe out there! (Pictured Right: The EESF needs our help! The half way mark is close to being reached. Visit www.eesf.org today and find out how ou can help them reach their goal!)

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