Sam Driggers, thanks for the help

By January 30, 2011


This letter is in response to eliminating Sam Driggers’ office.

I can understand the cost cutting economy in which we are living. A stroll down Main Street, Placerville, or USA for that matter, will enlighten people claiming our economy is bouncing back. The small business owner is at a disadvantage if they can’t/don’t utilize every government benefit available.

This is where Sam came to my company’s rescue. He put me in touch with a non-profit company in Roseville that does free seminars for small business owners. The information I have received from these seminars and the work I have done has put me in a position to bid on an even playing field for contracts with the likes of Bank of America and Wells Fargo.

Being a disabled veteran puts my ATM company in a position to beat them when I am armed with the tools learned at these free seminars. I would not have known of any of these free programs without the help and guidance of Sam Driggers. Thank you, Sam, and good luck.



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