|2-1/2 Cents Sunday, October 20, 2013|
WITHERSPOON PATH CHRONICLE
From the Friendliest Street in The Villages www.witherspoonpath.com
Before you retired, you used to attend business meetings all the time. And when you met a new, potential client, customer, or contractor, all you had to do was hand them a business card and ask for one in return. Well, things haven't changed that much. Here in The Villages, we do almost the same thing when we meet someone new, whether it be on the golf course, in the bowling alley, tennis court, bocce court, wood shop, well, you get the idea. But now, it's customary to ask for a "Friendship Card." Basically, it's the same thing, except the cards are now about you. You can create your own, get them printed at any print shop (e.g., Staples), or go on-line and get the free ones from Vista.com.
As you can see below, it's fun to get creative (if you have that ability). The Chronicle will help you pass yours along if you'd like. If you'll give me a card, I'll post it here. However, it's in no particular order (un-sorted) but it does create a nice looking phonebook of the neighborhood. (And don't forget to get me a replacement if you change anything.)