Abuse on a business card

Our spies in Georgia send in this example of abuse on a business card.

Here’s an alternative firm in Augusta that doesn’t add the apostrophe.

…should punctuation sway your decision when choosing a CPA?

(Thanks, Amber!)

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2 thoughts on “Abuse on a business card

  1. I do not deal with business people who display an ignorance of basic grammar and punctuation in publicity material.

    I do not engage real estate agents who cannot spell 'dining' and 'separate', nor those who think 'deceptively large' means a space is bigger than it appears.

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