Who or what is your favorite?

 

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Back when I was in ad sales I always loved “Best Of” season.  It’s a chance for the readers (us) to choose our favorite places to go and services to use in the area.  It’s a time to acknowledge the mom & pop shops that normally don’t get much exposure, the people that work hard for us to enjoy their products and to give honor to the places we love to go.  Once the favorites are chosen it gets wrapped up full of gracious thank yous and articles into a publication that people really do keep around all year.

As an ad rep, I had the pleasure of going to the business owners to tell them they were voted the best.  I received reactions across the board, some would laugh, some think it’s fixed, it’s the ones who understand what an honor it is that were most special to me. I posed for lots of pictures holding up plaques, even waited for someones parents to show up. I’m telling you, there is no feeling in the world that compares to seeing someones eyes tear up when they hear they were voted as The Best (Insert category here).

I am on the other side of the desk now with Nola Aronson’s Advanced Audiology and we need your support to vote! Nola has provided this community with quality hearing care for almost 30 years.  If anyone should have the Best of SCV Ribbon displayed on their door it should be Nola Aronson’s Advanced Audiology! 

Voting ends at midnight and we would appreciate if you would click here to vote for Nola Aronson’s Advanced Audiology. Look under “Medical” then “Audiologist.”

Thank you in advance for your support.

 

 

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Are you afraid?

You know that feeling when you wake up with butterflies in your stomach? Your head is filled with anticipation, a crippling fear of what may come next on a big day. It could be a test at school, a meeting at the office, or anything else scary you have to do or say. Imagine all the planning time we lose while worrying.  If we could turn our fear into excitement, don’t you think we would have better results?

I honestly think people might be more afraid of the audiologist than the dentist, and we don’t cause any kind of pain here. A friend of mine confided to me that he was afraid to be seen in the community wearing hearing aids.  Seriously. Afraid of a little hearing aid?

Let’s get excited about better hearing! Imagine yourself living a life of hearing with crystal clarity.  Even the “bulkiest” pair we carry, still pretty much disappears behind your ear.  We even have a hearing aid that’s so invisible even someone whispering in your ear wouldn’t see it.  That same friend of mine is now wearing his hearing aids all over the place.  He was so blown away with what a difference it made in his life, that now he tells people they are there… otherwise they would never know!

Lyric Invisible Hearing Aids