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With the recent hit the steel industry took, I found myself working like a dog to educate more companies on using a tax-free, contract-free, no-initial-investment safety incentive program. Most were shocked at how little most programs put into the value of the employee reward. Most incentive programs take your company's money and split it three ways: 40% taxes (sales tax, income tax, and payroll), 30% contract fees, and 30% to the employees that make your company safe. How is that a value?

I don't care if you don't use my programs, which are guaranteed-ROI, tax-free, capped (!), custom-created for each site, have 24-hour customer service (me, directly) and no charge for services. But if you're going to have a safety incentive program, make sure it's TAX-FREE and WORKS 100% of the time! Oh wait...we're the only company that offers that. So THAT'S why they say we are the nation's #1 safety incentive program...

:o)

~V (864-430-7367)

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