Also, he didn't let her leave without all the necessary equipment to start capturing right away including media, camera bag, batteries and chargers. "He was very helpful," she said.
"We're known for having far and away the most helpful sales staff around," Radin said. "As of today we have the best retail environment as well!"
In addition, like many small businesses in Syracuse, the expansion put a great deal of money back into the local economy.
"We did it without asking taxpayers and government for a bailout," Radin said. "Another good thing is that spending your money locally contributes fifty percent more to the local economy than buying from a chain."
And consider that using the Internet often includes a shipping fee and your credit card somewhere out there in cyberspace.
"Internet sales only sucks money out of a region" Radin said. "In tough economic times, such as today, it makes a real difference to keep our money right here at home.
How's business? "It's good," Radin said.
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