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Dagmar Sands Interviews Laurie Sossa about Barter Services in Johns Creek, GA

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Dagmar Sands interviews Laurie Sossa to share with Johns Creek City Guide business owners how Southern Barter Club works as a membership based trading network and market place for large and small businesses. It is a community of local businesses that barter their services, goods, and available resources to acquire needed goods & services without spending CASH. Trade your inventory, available resources & professional services into new revenue streams. Just like Johns Creek City Guide - sharing, working together and helping each other. It provides innovative ways to increase sales, reduce cash expenditures and increase profits by aiding members and business partners. The dedicated team offers an effective approach to business. It is a personal and business expense account. It is so easy you will never want to spend CASH again! Every time you spend SBC dollars for something you need, your cash stays in your pocket. It’s all possible with SBC! As a trading partner you will receive barter business and in turn you can spend earned trade dollars with any of the businesses in the SBC exchange – not necessarily the business to which you provided the initial product or service. SBC is part of a network where currently there are over 2000 businesses in Georgia and over 50,000 worldwide all at your disposal and all of these businesses are potential new customers for you. If what you need isn’t available though our exchange we can often obtain it from within the network. Organized trade is the opportunity for a business to pay expenses with the wholesale value of its product or service, rather than with retail cash profits. Large and small companies trade their goods and services every day, SAVING cash. Organized trade through a barter club is the opportunity for a business to pay overhead with the wholesale value of its products or services, rather than with retail cash income. Give Laurie a warm "Welcome"to Johns Creek City Guide.