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March 20, 2018

30 years in Business

Filed under: Uncategorized — John Jones @ 6:28 pm

30 years in Business

The business world can be a difficult one to navigate. So many businesses start off well but they cannot sustain themselves for very long. And there are a lot of reasons for this “start strong” but “end fast” situations. From poor Human Resources to bad management, the reasons for the shutdowns run the gamut. So, when I hear of businesses that make it past that threshold I am always surprised and impressed. I want to write about those kinds of businesses because they must be doing something right in all facets of their companies’ health. In this article, I want to focus on one Dallas business that has held it together for thirty years and counting.

Sewell Shutters (http://sewellshutters.com), which produces high quality McKinney plantation shutters and also plantation shutters for South Lake as well as most of the rest of the Dallas/Forth Worth area, have been run with spiritual values at their core. They say they want to represent godly values in every install they make. They put the customers first and don’t use cheap materials. It’s only the best for their clients. And this quality shows up in the reviews of their business. It seems that everyone who uses them just glows about how well they were treated as well as how amazing the products were that were hung on their windows.

I think a lot of this goodwill comes down to their leadership and to their training of workers. There is a lot of family who take up the managerial positions and so the accountability is built in. I know that it can sometimes hard to work with family, but this crew seems to have figured it out. I know I would have had a hard time working so closely with my family and so I wonder what their secret is. Anyway, I’m planning on getting to know this company more as time goes on. Until then, check out their website and comment on what you think. Thanks for your comments.

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