We'll also have customer comments about their satisfaction with us. If they find out about features about our products, the clients can pass that information to each other. It's like having a club house.
Post Falls, ID (PRWEB) October 4, 2008
For Ronald Johnson and his family, their new business isn't about the money, it's about keeping their tight-knit family together. Johnson's internet venture, http://www.GiftsByRnA.biz, is a webstore that features a variety of products such as espresso machines, clothing and home décor items. "We were looking for something that we could do at home," said Johnson. "We're raising our grandchildren and we wanted to have the ability to be there with them. Opening a store seemed like the best option."
Johnson's website is an easy-to-follow shopping center that has several products for the kitchen, bathroom or the bedroom. All of their items are high quality and meet the standards suitable for families with children. "If we're going to sell something," explained Johnson, "we want it to be top shelf. When the customer gets it, they'll know it's a good name-brand product that they'll use for years to come."
The Johnsons choose every product themselves. They've also developed an interactive blog to accompany their webstore. "I'll be discussing some of the products we have," said Johnson of http://www.GiftsHimAndHer.com. "We'll also have customer comments about their satisfaction with us. If they find out about features about our products, the clients can pass that information to each other. It's like having a club house."
For http://www.GiftsByRnA.biz, the future seems bright. According to Ronald Johnson, they will continue to list the best products available for their customers. "We want them to return to us knowing that we care. We have a good rapport with our customers."
Because of this good rapport, the Johnsons are able to maintain their family and are afforded the opportunity to really be pillars of example. "We're a very close family," lamented Johnson. "We have three girls and two sons. We go to church together; we celebrate holidays together, like most folks do. When we're together, we enjoy each other and to me, that's the way life should be."
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