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  A Past Perfection
 Shanghai - The New Frontier
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We started off near the beaches of Central Florida (USA) back in 1995 and have since built up our 1500+ Clientele roster to include Fortune 500 Companies, Political Campaigners, NFL Organizations, Universities, Statewide Festivals, International Airports, Congregational Churches, Major Automobile Dealerships, Volunteer & Non-Profit Charities, Bed & Breakfast Houses,  etc.  Our Company's growth did not happen overnight as we expected Client trust to be a earned approach - one that we relied on with mostly word of mouth advertising.
 
The Shanghai Scene.  Since 2004 our Management has been flying to and from China attending various international events here.  It naturally occured that our network was expanding throughout the years.  After some thorough research, investigation, and Senior management approval we finally decided to take an initiative and develop our international basis in China starting with the most charismatic and inspiring cities we could think of.  Which leads us to introduce ourselves "Nice to meet you Neighbor".
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Client Principle

The Client is the most important visitor on our premises.  He is not dependent on us, we are dependent on him.  He is not an interruption of our work, he is the purpose of it.  He is not an outsider in our business, he is a part of it.  We are not doing him a favor by serving him.  He is doing us a favor by giving us an opportuntity to do so  -  Mahatma Gandhi

Confidence Matters

The kind of commitment I find among the best performers across virtually every field is a single-minded passion for what they do, an unwavering desire for excellence in the way they think and the way they work.  Genuine confidence is what launches you out of bed in the morning and is the spring in your step  -  Jim Collins

Business Ethics

It's easy to have principles when you're rich.  The important thing is to have principles when you're poor  -  Ray Kroc