Happy Thanksgiving

It’s that time of year again where everyone gives thanks. In actuality, our hope would be that people are thankful all year ‘round but it seems proper form to give thanks publicly at this time of year.

We here at TKG are no different.. We’re giving thanks Handpainted illustration of a Turkey and autumn gifts with a letter on Thanksgiving Day.throughout the year. At any given time in the year you can hear people at TKG declare thanks on such things as:

Thank goodness…

“for Johnny Manziel” – ok, kidding here.

“Rices Nursery came and made our main entrance look awesome”

“Shearer’s sent more chips over to “sample””

“our new shipment of Spangler candy Dum Dums has arrived!”

“Bonita is awesome and takes care of all of us around here”

“we have Military protection on staff”

“we created another month of great results for our clients”

You get the idea…

However, we also want to take this opportunity to convey some things at this time of the year we, as a group, are thankful for. The mistake the team made is that they appointed me as the speaker of the masses on this topic. So this did not go out for a vote or feedback. The team here just has confidence that I won’t let them down on this top 10 things TKG is thankful for this Thanksgiving.

Here goes (in no particular order):

  1. Our clients & their confidence
  2. The Interwebs
  3. Our team & their skills
  4. Search Engines
  5. Content
  6. Friends and Family (wait, that’s two!)
  7. Brains (ours individually and the pink squishy kind)
  8. Coffee (we go through a lot of it!)
  9. Good health
  10. A bright future & continued success

There you have it.. Certainly not everything we are thankful for. Possibly not even all the most important things we individually are thankful for. But things to be thankful for none the less.

From our entire team here at TKG to all who may read this:
Have a very Blessed and Happy Thanksgiving!

As VP of Operations, Patrick (P-Dub to us) ensures operations run smoothly, clients are happy, AND the light bulbs come on around here. On the blog, he shares his 10+ years of experience helping to oversee a growing tech business.

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