Gas shortage handicaps pandemic recovery for local business
Challenges. We all face them. But how do we respond? Who do we trust? Like small businesses everywhere, the pandemic challenged our perseverance and resilience. Then, just as homeowners tackling home maintenance and improvements again, it looked as if the cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline could bring our 15 vehicles to an abrupt stop. Since we serve customers all over Franklin, Brentwood and Nashville, Reporter Cedric Dent was curious about the impact of the gas shortage on our painting business and our strategy. Whether facing a pandemic, stewarding resources through a gas shortage, or painting a home that needs serious TLC, we always seek to do what is right (not what's easiest.) We commit to treating others the way we would want to be treated. We consider every situation through the lens of what is best for our customers, our team members and the communities we serve. We know that in this life, we will face difficulties, and we put our ultimate trust in God to guide us. We also realize that everything we do as believers, from the choices we make and the way we love others to the quality of our work, is a reflection on the one in whom we put our faith, and we don't take that lightly. We are grateful that credit to God is included in this Williamson Home Page news article!
Williamson Home Page: "Gas shortage handicaps pandemic recovery for local small business" -- May 25, 2021