Categories attitude Business culture Business Ethics Buy Local Competition Customer service Employees Entrepreneurs Improvement Leadership Positioning quality service Small Business The Slight Edge Santa’s naughty or nice business list for 2010 Post author By Post date November 27, 2010 8 Comments on Santa’s naughty or nice business list for 2010 photo credit: aussiegall Yahoo Finance put together a good list of naughty and nice business policies for this year’s Christmas season. Check out today’s guest post. Spend wisely… and make sure your business is on the nice list. Tags business, business policies, policies, refund policies, Small Business ← Groping for opportunity – a gift from the #TSA → Innovation breeds profit? Who knew? 8 replies on “Santa’s naughty or nice business list for 2010” […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Mark Riffey, Alltop Marketing. Alltop Marketing said: Santaâ??s naughty or nice business list for 2010 http://bit.ly/gnT4Ip […] I hope to be nice side of the business list. Thanks! It’s good to know to which company are nice and naughty. At least I know whether the company I’ve been used to are doing good most especially during the holidays! Deepak, Im sure you will be. Hope your holiday bookings are great:) Thanks for the list. Hopefully mine would be listed under nice and not the naughty. Will try much to deliver quality services! Hey thanks for the link to the naughty and nice business list. I was surprised to see Best Buy on the naughty list. However, Verizon Wireless is trying to rob people charging $350 for people to cancel their contract. Sprint should be on the naughty list too because their early cancellation fee is pretty hefty too and they have too many hidden fees. I would want my clients to enjoy what they’re getting from me so they’ll keep coming back! I do hope I’m on the nice side of the list. I was at the Wal-Mart in Pooler GA. on 12/21/2010. I asked were is the Christmas Music. I was told that someone had called the home office and complained about the Christmas Music so the home office decided to stop playing Christmas Music in its stores. So I called customer service and complained about Wal-Mart not playing Christmas Music. Wal-Mart is so money hungry that they are afraid of offending a few people who want to spoil Christmas for everyone else. I personally think that all Americans who believe in Christmas should not shop at retail stores that refuge to play Christmas Music and say Merry Christmas. But who listens to me, I’m just one person, one shopper, one lonely voice in the crowd who believes in Santa Clause and Christmas Music. I have a couple of Santa-Grams and a Western Union Telegram from my child hood that proves Santa is real. And as much as it pains me to say this, Have a Merry Christmas Wal-Mart. Comments are closed.