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Zachary Butler

March 25, 2019

While the Wall Street Diner in Spokane Washington may be one of the lesser-discussed restaurants in the town, it is certainly a favorite spot for the many who know of it.  While many small businesses thrive due to word-of-mouth, their …

Kaleb Jones

March 25, 2019

When you want a project done right, who would rather have do it? A person who doesn’t have a good reputation of being honest and isn’t recommended by others, or a person with a good reputation and whose services are …

Ayana Oka

March 25, 2019

Trust is the foundation that many relationships are set on. BBB, Better Business Bureau, is enabling customers to set this base of trust with businesses and reassure them that the business is what they claim to be all about. Northwest …

Andru Miller

March 25, 2019

The Better Business Bureau “helps people find and recommend businesses, brands, and charities they can trust.” Margaret Miller, the Executive Director of Resort Operations atNorthern Quest Resort and Casino, agrees. When asked why Northern Quest values its accredited status, she …

Albert Lam

March 25, 2019

How can we trust businesses? Capitalist giants get away with incurring negative externalities upon the public in the name of “innovation” by pouring billions into lobbying.Companies sell our data with no regards to safe practices concerning the storage of highly …

Sharon Sherpa

March 25, 2019

Trust is a crucial component in all relationships, it creates a sense of security and dependability. Without trust there would not be a foundation for the success of a strong, reliable connection. When you meet someone for the first time, …

Lily Barna

March 25, 2019

I went to Kyra’s Bakeshop, a wonderful gluten-free bakery by my home. I’ve known the owner, Kyra, for two years now, as we met while we were both fundraising with The Leukemia Lymphoma Society. Kyra is an absolutely wonderful woman. …

Ian Heard

March 25, 2019

Trust has been an important part of busines for as long as people have traded for goods. Buying, selling, trading, as well as physical work historically had many social interactions involved, as businesses were often smaller and were usually closer …

Chloe Davis

March 25, 2019

When you walk into the door of Thinker’s Cap Academy (TCA), you are greeted immediately by a chorus of “Who’s that?” from multiple children, with a baby crying in the background and an over-excited toddler shouting to his friend. It …

Annika Marshall

March 25, 2019

My mom and I made our first trip to Dee’s Dance Design when I was less than four years old, navigating back roads to find the little house that was home to Dee’s ballet shoes, tights, and leotards. The store …