We believe that the volunteers who dedicate time and effort to making our local communities better places to live are worth serving. We know that many of them personally extend themselves far beyond their comfort zones in order to raise money for their schools, communities, or causes; we also know that we can help them pull it off, and that this is our way of making those communities stronger.
We are a “not-just-for-profit” business. We value many factors of our service to these volunteers as highly, or more highly than profit. We will likely never be as profitable as we could be—we will never take as much money for our services as we believe the market would bear, and we will never pare our service down to the lowest levels our customers will tolerate.
We believe in work-life balance. We will always place a high priority on the health and well-being of ourselves and our families. Sometimes this will get in the way of long-term business projects we would like to tackle, or the speed at which we tackle them; so be it.
We believe in leveraging the expertise that we have been given through our interaction with our customers, by sharing that knowledge with other customers, and by exercising it in our own communities—by chairing fundraising events for our kids’ schools, and our Rotary clubs, and the causes we most care about.