You never know when danger lurks just around the corner. And for Louisiana residents, anything can literally happen. Each year, there are about 163 property crimes in Louisiana. On a nation-wide scale, the state has the fifth highest rate for property crimes in the U.S. Monroe, Baton Rouge and Alexandria are among the top 100 dangerous cities in the nation.
Today’s businesses face a competitive marketplace that is always evolving around the demands of the consumer and the success of other businesses. For instance, in the last decade alone, numerous “cash only” businesses have been forced to close their doors; the culprit many times lay in the inability to process more transaction types, such as debit, credit and gift cards. Businesses have to be flexible and ready to meet their [ Read More ]
A boy and his mother were in their front yard, playing and watering the plants. The neighbor’s dog was let out of its backyard enclosure, seemingly by accident. The dog spotted the boy from across the yard and stalked up behind him. The boy never saw the attack coming. The dog clamped on to his leg and began dragging the boy. That’s when the family’s cat took action.
Right now, 36.9% of households in the U.S. are renters; and the numbers are steadily increasing each year. And what many don’t realize is that the risk of a home invasion is exactly the same for home owners and renters alike. Not having an alarm system increases the likelihood of a home invasion by 300%. Don’t battle the odds alone! Whether you are renting an apartment/house or are a landlord [ Read More ]
Running your own business is a journey that is full of surprises. It’s a 24/7 job that centers around many different facets. Today’s businesses must adapt to consumer needs and expectations. Because of this, many “cash only” businesses and various “mom and pop” stores have closed their doors. Customers want more than just quality goods and services, but also fast and convenient transaction types. Keep in mind that not all [ Read More ]