There’s one more good reason why this is, in my book, the best time of year. When you are editor-in-chief of this fine publication, you get to see and review all of the entrants in The News’ “Best Contractor To Work For” contest.
The subject of advertising is fresh on my mind because we are in the process of preparing some new advertising messages. I’m certainly not an expert in advertising, but I can give you an idea of what’s been successful for us — and what hasn’t.
The last swallow of a tasty drink is usually followed a few moments later with one last attempt to get the last few drops out of the glass or cup and into the drinker’s mouth. In some respects, that seems to be what is happening in the supermarket industry when it comes to energy efficiency.
Yeah, I’m glad it’s over. I’m glad The News has put to bed a very special supplement, which subscribers will receive — free of charge — with the November 11 issue. Next week look for our tribute to the Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI), which will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2003.
The Texas Department of Insurance recently reported that seven people were arrested in connection with a scheme to defraud insurance companies by intentionally flooding homes and filing bogus claims with insurance companies.