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Monday, July 27, 2009

America's Best Companies ..... Helping Small Businesses Grow

Who They Are .....

America's Best Companies (ABC) is a nationwide small business organization headquartered just outside Chicago, dedicated to helping small business owners stay in business, grow their business, and make more money in their business. They have been built on the strong belief that small businesses are the most important companies in America and the cornerstone of our communities. They built America's Best Companies to help protect the future of small business in what is, with the influx of big-box corporate chains, an increasingly competitive environment. They always welcome your feedback to to better serve you and help shape the future of ABC and your local business community.

What They Believe.....

The future of small business depends on the commitment of independent business owners to join together. Thousands of small businesses close each year due to increasing competition from big corporations. ABC was built on the basic philosophy that small businesses are the most important companies in America. Their member dues allow them to gain leverage and significantly impact public awareness to make a difference for small business. ABC can only function effectively for small businesses with the support and active involvement of its membership.

What They Do.....

ABC fights passionately for the small business owner by providing education, information and benefits that are tailored to the needs of small businesses. Their success is only possible because of the strength of their numbers. ABC already influences thousands of active and involved small business owners and their buying power and advertising reach grows with each new member.

They provide five key tools to help their small business members maximize their business experience and obtain more customers quickly, easily, and cost-effectively. All of the products and services they offer are included in a low priced membership.

1. Small Business Discounts ....

Comprehensive small business discount program—hundreds of exclusive discounts on the most common products and services for the small business owner.

2. Small Business Resources....

Advice, information, and news on virtually every small business issue delivered through their bi-monthly magazine, America's Best, the ABC e-weekly newsletter, Small Business Blog, Q&A and more.

3. Online Advertising.....

They connect business owners with consumers actively looking for their products or services. Members receive a business profile distributed to 40 of the top Internet search engines as well as ABC's own directory, ezlocal.com.

4. ABC Marketing Materials.....

Member certificate, window decals, Web seals, business cards, labels and more.

5. Custom Website.....

Easy-to-build small business website tool with reliable hosting and free technical support.

What's New.....

ABC Members will have access to Careington International Corporation – a leading provider of dental, medical, health and prescription discount plans. These low-cost plans could be the ideal solution when looking at possible health care solutions for your business.

For more information go to:

* Go With ABC

* ABC FAQs

* ABC Testimonials

1 comment:

Jerry said...

I have dealt with small business owners the last 6 years doing promotional and liquidation sales. I was traveling all over the country and looking for someting with little travel. I have looked the past year at a lot of things to help small business owners and America's Best Companies has been the best thing I have seen.

You can make a good living and at the same time help small businesses survive against the corporate giants. The price of membership is an incredible value for the small business owner who will take advantage of this.

Unfortunately, many small business owners continue to do business as usual instead of being proactive with their business.