How to Properly Store a Guitar in a Storage Space

Posted on: 28 September 2016

If you are planning on traveling for a long period of time, then it may be wise to place some or all of your most precious belongings in a storage unit. If you own a guitar that must be placed in the storage space, then you will need to make sure that the instrument is properly protected from damage. Keep reading to find out how to do this.  Purchase a Hard Case
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2 Misconceptions About Corporate Aircrafts & How They Can Save Your Company Money

Posted on: 26 September 2016

There are many misconceptions held by the public about corporate aircrafts, and as a business owner, you need to make sure those misconceptions don't prevent you from making a lucrative investment. Whether your employees and you travel long distances frequently or they need to but you have reduced their travel due to budget constraints, there are many reasons a company aircraft can truly be a wise business investment and not just a company "
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5 Strategies For Making The Most Of The Customer Service Aspect Of Social Media

Posted on: 20 September 2016

Whether your company is strictly online, brick-and-mortar, or a modern hybrid of both, you're probably already using some form of social media as an advertising tool -- and that's smart, because statistics show that 71-percent of consumers are likely to make a purchasing decision as the result of a social media referral. While many business owners and managers are fully aware of the importance of social media, many don't quite grasp the different ways that it can be used to improve customer service.
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What Should You Know About The Honeybees In Your Garage?

Posted on: 20 September 2016

If you find a large honeybee hive in your garage, you may panic and attempt to remove it yourself. Removing a beehive without professional help can be potentially deadly. You don't know if the beehive contains regular bees or the Africanized honeybee. Although both types of honeybees can sting, Africanized honeybees can be very aggressive and potentially dangerous to humans because they attack whether provoked or unprovoked. Here's more information about the bees in your garage and how you can get rid of them safely.
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