Mean what you say.
Think of the customer first if you want the customer to think of you first.
The only way to get the best of an argument with a customer is to avoid it.
The more prospects you meet, the more customers you get.
If you take care of your staff, your staff will take care of your customers.
Every customer is essential to the well-being of the organization.
"Maybe the customer is right" works wonders.
You never get a second chance to make a first impression.
Agreement with customers gets better results than arguments.
Any successful organization has the customer as its focus.