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Create your Happy New Year!

Posted on December 29, 2009
The years, they pass, their unwavering rate
The pace of time, unchanging
Weeks and months, just moments in life
The future edges closer
Look back, you'll see, the flash of time
What was, constantly fading
The view of next, what's yet to come
So close yet out of reach Is what, what is? or what could be?
What was, ours only to recall
Can? Will? Is? Yes? A question or reality?
The Future, not set, possibilities await
let happen or make it so?
It is our choice to let, or cause
Believe and Choose to create.

The new year is an opportunity to create the future that you see yourself being a part of.

 

Happy New Year.  Make it a great, joyous, prosporous and exciting reality.

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Merry Christmas! Merry ALL Holidays!

Posted on December 22, 2009

 

The greatest gift, We wish for you,

Prosperity and Health, In the year that’s new.

As two thousand nine, Comes to a close,

We see possibilities, As opportunity grows.

 

 

 

In this season, Of comfort and joy,

We won’t be shy, We won’t be coy.

We’ll speak right up, And say it loud.

 

Whether to one, Or to a crowd.Comfort and Joy

The greatest gift, We could receive,

Are customers like you, We truly believe.

Your process confidence, For what our heart yearns,

Happy Holidays from, Your friends at Burns.

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Trade Show? No Go?

Posted on December 18, 2009

What is your opinon of the classic Trade Show experience?  Burns participates in various Trade Shows and although there are always some interesting people to meet and facinating things to see, the attendance has been pretty thin.iphex-1.JPGmwfpa-traffic2.JPG

 

Has the Trade Show style event run out of steam?

 

Has information accessibility via the WEB transcended the historical value of the Trade Show hands-on experience?

 

What do you think?

 

What approaches do you prefer to evaluate products and services and see what's new?

 

Share your thoughts.  Comment anonymously, simply don't include your name in the comment text.  We are always looking for ways to better connect with our customers and other temperature enthusiasts.

 

Chuck

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