We’ve been staying busy all summer, and now it’s suddenly autumn! I’ve been meaning to shout out to some of our clients who have been awesome over the summer & the past 5 years. I can’t believe it’s been so long!
Firstly, we have a small handful of regular clients, and they have helped our business grow immensely over these years. I haven’t asked if I can name names, but I think they’ll know who they are (assuming they ever see this), and I appreciate them always telling their friends about Green Cleen. Word of Mouth advertising has taken our business really far, and Ben continues to put that same effort into every car that he touches. I would like to extend sincere thanks to all of our regular clients, those who call weekly, monthly, or annually, because you’re loyalty and dedication are so highly valued.
We’ve also had some right-place-at-the-right-time luck with clients. For example, when a snowbird needed to get rid of all the food in her condo, we got a fully stocked pantry. I was recently diagnosed with Celiac Sprue, and many of the boxes were gluten-free pastas, quick bread mixes, and other things that I was making a transition into eating. It gave me an opportunity to try gluten-free brands & see some of the diversity of options. I love food, but it became a very difficult relationship. It’s really helped to rekindle a passion that I’d nearly lost.
Another house we went to had a sailboat in the back that hadn’t been moved in 10 years. The owner offered it to us for next to nothing, and Ben spent the summer restoring it. He’d learned to sail with his dad wh en he was a child, sharing a love for the water, and now our entire family is excited to pass on this love to the next generation. Both me and our son, Nate, have been enjoying our time on the water. It’s created a place for us to be a family together without distractions; so awesome!
There’s another person in our lives that we’ve never cleaned anything for, and who doesn’t even like us, but I would still like to thank him. You see, we’ve got a neighbor who likes to ensure that we’re following the city’s laws & codes about how your property should look, and he noticed that we parked our ambulance on the side of our house, an area that is unpaved. All vehicles in Pensacola are supposed to be on paved ground, so now the ambulance is settled in front of our property, and we’ve never had so many people ask us what it’s all about. Our business in the neighborhood has definitely expanded, and I appreciate that.
These past five years have brought us so far, and we’re excited and optimistic for the future. Thanks for stopping by our site, for taking the time to read about us, and for your interest in general.