My “good deed of this Season”….

Most of us are affected by the downturn of the economy in more then one direction, but nobody feels it more than a small business owner. 

Small companies are the backbone of our economy and most of them are struggling; trying to safe money to pay the employees and bills when job orders are practically none existent, is staggering chore for a family operated business or small enterprise.  The last thing on their mind is to give out money  for advertisement.

 This gave me the idea of promoting a few of these local small businesses on mantinytwinkletreey website, to give them a little bit of exposure, as sort of like my “good deed for this Holiday Season”:  It is my pleasure to introduce to you Allegiance Roofing, Inc,.

Allegiance Roofing is a family owned business:  Susan Tanupo and her husband Sako Tanupo own this company since 2000 and were, until recently, operating mainly in the San Jose area. 

A little over a year ago, Susan and Sako moved to Tracy and would like to serve the Tracy and surrounding areas as well.  So, please give them a call when you need a roof or gutter repairs next time and give them a chance to work a little closer to home.

You can reach Susan and Sako by calling 877-roof-344 or by emailing to allegianceroofing@comcast.net

Please visit their website www.allegianceroofing.net for more detailed information.

What is your “good deed of this Holiday Season”?  Please feel free to share it with me….

                                                                                                                   Eva Bradleyanthebusinessofhelping2

2 thoughts on “My “good deed of this Season”….”

  1. Eva – It is good to read about quality people that can help with our homes. Good tradespersons are hard to find. Thank you for sharing good people with us. Steve

  2. Eva-That is an awesome idea! Thank your for sharing your “good deed” of this season.

    Here is my story:

    http://scamilleri.blogs.rwnetwork.com/2009/12/28/my-good-deed-for-the-month/

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