True that Haitian businesses lack service. however, we...

Marie Jean - May 9 2016, 1:14 PM

true that Haitian businesses lack service.

however, we patronage Asian American businesses where rudeness is part of a lot of their services yet we continue to support them daily.

I am not giving Haitian businesses a pass. What I am saying is that we need to continue the dialogue but not stop doing business with them. We can continue to ask for change but we need to count as Haitians in the states.

Supporting one another to grow and prosper is one way to do it. Also start to count by being part of the chamber of commerce if you are in business.

Put a little money out for advertising.

Clean up the business and stop putting those nasty papers and/or flyers on the counter.

paint the place every three months or take the time to clean the walls or hire someone to do it. move around the furniture to give to place a fresh new face. Stop putting the them ugly curtains that darkens the place.

add some nice music and lighting for mood if you want people to come spend money in your establishments.

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