Archive for February, 2010
A Locksmith went on vacation to California. Upon this vacation, the locksmith stopped and asked local police officers who were strolling the beach “Where was the best local resteraunt for breakfast?” That started the conversation. Then by way of small talk came out the differences and politics of the neighboring states of Califoronia and Arizona and the nature of a locksmith business. When I told the officer that I was running an ethical locksmith business he smiled and jokingly asked “So are ya making any money running an ethical business?” I smiled and said “Well, yes. We are a for-profit based business and you are correct, I’d probably make a lot more price-jacking customers in emergency situations. However, I am a believer in Karma and how it works with the universe and…I wasn’t raised like that. I just couldn’t do it. Don’t want it done to me.”
He smiled and said “Ethical. Imagine. Thanks for that, really. It’s nice to hear and see.” Something made me think he found this approach a rarity. Sadly, I think it’s true. And this little bit of banter really made me think again about the state of our nation, the greed of decision makers in high positions and the fall out that has followed. It’s made people edgy, suspicious and cynical.
Seems like, these days, most people automatically assume they are going to get ripped off and used when they need to hire a company to help them with something. Heck, and especially in an emergency situation.
So…I’m here to attest in this little bit of cyber space that at ASAP Lock & Security, our locksmiths ARE THE GOOD GUYS! Think Batman. Think Spiderman. Think Wonder Woman. Think www.TheLockLady.com. Here to save the day, protect and serve the Phoenix Valley…one lock at a time.
Owner, Locksmith, ASAP Lock & Security
Just wanted to reach out to any potential Phoenix valley business owners or residents looking for a safe, reliable and knowledgeable locksmith service. Call ASAP Lock & Security. We have an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau and you can see some of the reviews on our company here at this link from Cox Communications: http://arizona.kudzu.com/merchant/reviews/1223557.html
Locksmiths are a special breed of contractor. If they are good, they are mechanically smart, possess carpentry and welding skills, have a lot of common sense and have great business contacts-ie distributors and experts in their field to turn to for assistance.
As the owner of ASAP Lock & Security, I can assure any of my clients that we are the professional, qualified Phoenix valley locksmith service to hire for assistance when you are in need of ANY mechanical security and mechanical alarm options.
Call us and speak to a locksmith who cares about keeping the Phoenix valley safe and secure.
Laura Cordovano, Owner/Locksmith
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