Better Business Bureau Accredits Electro-Mech Scoreboards Company

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Electro-Mech, a scoreboards manufacturer with facilities in Wrightsville, Georgia, announced today that it has met the accreditation standards required by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) for membership.

Electro-Mech Better Business Bureau Accreditation

Electro-Mech competes in a much wider marketplace today than we did just a few years ago

Electro-Mech, a scoreboards manufacturer with facilities in Wrightsville, Georgia, announced today that it has met the accreditation standards required by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) for membership.

"Electro-Mech competes in a much wider marketplace today than we did just a few years ago," said Jon Martin, direct sales manager for Electro-Mech. "We have strong name recognition within our long-standing customer base, but Internet advertising has helped to open up new markets with customers who haven't had forty years to build a deep relationship with our company. The BBB accreditation encourages those new customers to feel comfortable working with someone who, as far as they are concerned, is an unknown. And the BBB Principles of Trust fit hand in glove with our business practices."

The BBB Principles for Trust are a commitment to Build Trust, Advertise Honestly, Tell the Truth, Be Transparent, Honor Promises, Be Responsive, Embody Integrity, and Safeguard Privacy. These principles give customers confidence that a company's products really perform as advertised and that a salesman's promises will be honored. The principles also ease customer concerns about receiving quality customer service in the event of a problem with an order or damage during the life cycle of the product.

Mr. Martin explained the relationship in this way, "When Electro-Mech reaches out to new customers through our web site or through our printed advertisements, the BBB logo lets them know we adhere to a set of business standards that set our company apart from other scoreboard manufacturers. Whether you are a volunteer managing a Little League team or the athletic director at an Ivy League college, you want to know that your scoreboard company will stand behind its products."

The use of the Better Business Bureau's logo is a symbol of accreditation when it appears on a company's literature, including a web site. BBB accreditation means that Electro-Mech Scoreboard Company agrees with and supports BBB's services. Electro-Mech is among a select group of businesses with high ethical standards and a history of treating customers fairly and honestly.

Electro-Mech Scoreboards Company has manufactured scoreboards for all sports since 1963. Their web site at http://www.electro-mech.com proudly displays the BBB logo.

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) accredits scoreboard manufacturers and other businesses that consistently follow standards of business, advertising, and customer service that enhance customer trust and confidence. Visit the BBB online at http://www.bbbonline.com for more information.

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