How We Set Ourselves Apart
LARRY: We wear ties because we think that it looks good and we feel good in it. I believe it certainly sets us apart from the competition. People do have a comfort level when they’re walking in and they see a really nice-looking operation and people that are happy doing what they’re doing and they look good. From the front of the building to the back of the building, we want to make sure it’s welcoming and that people are comfortable in our facilities.
MYRON: When our people come to work, they come to work and they know once they put that tie on, they gotta work mode, it’s no longer to relax mode. Now, that’s not typical. We set some very, very high standards. Even everywhere, everything from the curb in. People judge us and we want to look good, you want to make an impression.