Shaun Barry

Nov 26 2014

Business Tip: The Power of Saying “Thank You”

Business Tip: Saying Thank You

Cheers. Thank You. Gracias. Arigato. Merci beaucoup. No matter how you say it, if stated correctly, it has a great impact, especially when you say it to your customers.

The holiday’s are a great time to sincerely thank your customers. If you write a thank you, take a few moments to outline the content of your message. Think about how your relationship began, how it has developed and how it will continue in the future. Compose a short message and share exactly how their business has impacted you this past year.

There are many ways to share your message. It can be as simple as a quick call to your top customers, sending a short note, placing a sign in your store front, or even sending a message of thanks via social media.

During this time of giving thanks we THANK YOU for reading our blog. We want to give back to you by providing posts on topics you what’s important to you. Which types of posts do you like most? What would you like to see more of on Let us know in the comment box below!

Shaun Barry

About Shaun Barry

Shaun Barry is a Vice President, Treasury Management Team Leader at Hills Bank’s Cedar Rapids location on Williams Blvd SW. He has been at Hills Bank since 2013 helping business owners on day-to-day banking needs with the goal to save business owners time, money, and make their finances easier. Shaun can be reached at

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