A business cannot just "join" Better Business Bureau (BBB) by paying their money! After a rigorous background check and determining that a company may be eligible, an invitation to join can be issued. BBB asks companies to supply basic background and licensing information, adveritsing samples and a review of their website is completed. Once the staff has reviewed the application and confirmed there are no unresolved complaints, negative comments, or government actions on file; an application goes before the Board of Directors for final approval.
Accredited Business applicants sign an agreement contract and pledge to adhere to a strict set of Standards and Principles of Trust as well as support the objectives and standards of fair advertising and ethical business practices espoused by the BBB and its general membership.
Accreditation through BBB is a high honor and lends prestige to your business and tells your clients and customers that you are doing business with integrity. Your accreditation also makes a statement that you are doing your part to make your community a good place to live, to buy and to sell. Self-regulation does work and your association with BBB says it very loudly and clearly!
The following businesses, by virtue of having been found to meet all the standards and principles for accreditation and were accepted as BBB Accredited Businesses by the Board of Directors at its most recent meeting.
|Ahearn & Associates Medical Center, Inc.|
|Blake Law Office|
|Concrete Connection Midwest, Inc.|
|Convenient Income Tax & Accounting, Inc.|
|Davis Landscape Service|
|First Thought Printing|
|Giacobazzi Income Tax|
|Home Efficiency Specialists, Inc|
|Johnson Construction Co.|
|Little Tykes Learning Adventures|
|Morton Audiology & Hearing Aid Center, Inc.|
|University Car Center|
|Wilson Insurance Agency, Inc.|
|Your Local Handyman, Inc|