By Matt Johnson, The Gary Law Group
Americans view their contractual freedom—their ability to form contracts without government interference—as practically sacrosanct. When signing a contract, both parties expect the other to meet their commitments. When a party terminates a contract, however, they are announcing the agreement is impossible or so unworkable that they cannot, and should not, keep their end of the bargain. Regardless of who terminates a contract, the risks and potential expense are great for owners, developers and trades alike.
Get to know this fellow NGA member and its philosophy for success. “Simply speaking, our secret to success is that we are in the business to sell a service - not just a product,” says Todd Stutts, president. “We separate ourselves from the rest of the pack by offering dedicated service that is second to none.”
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