Archive for March, 2015

Tips for Avoiding Potholes

With a great sigh of relief, the thaw of springtime is finally here, but at what price? According to AAA, potholes cost drivers a whopping $6.4 billion dollars a year or $2,000 per driver. Why? Because potholes cause damage to shocks, struts, tires and wheels everyday on America’s roads. So what can you do to prevent vehicle damage to your car? Here are some tips: • If you see a pothole, report it to your local Highway Department. • If there is still left ... Read more

The hottest promo products this summer!

Winter is coming to a close and soon the sun will be shining, the flowers will be blooming, and summer will be here - Finally! This is a great time to start promoting your business using warm weather promo products from CFS. Why? Continue brand recognition through the warm weather. It’s a great way to “heat up” your marketing during the slow summer months. People spend more time outdoors, so your brand will have more visibility.   Here are a few amazing promo products that your ... Read more

Why going with the lowest price is never a good option.

Let’s imagine its 1971 and you’re looking for a new car at your local Ford dealership. You’re very excited and it’s a really big decision. The first thing you see when you walk in is a Mustang BOSS 351 and it takes your breath away. The price is $3,500.00 dollars, which is a lot more than you planned on spending. The next car you see is a Ford Pinto for $2,000.00, it’s an odd, little car that gets better mileage and ... Read more

In honor of our 25th anniversary, we’ve launched “CFS Cares”.

Vice President of CFS, Kelly Newcomb pictured here with Team Associate, Chris Barbosa. 2015 is a very exciting year in CFS history. This year, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of our founding in 1990. Since then, we have grown steadily thanks to our dedicated employees, dynamic customers, and the caring community that has supported us for over 2 decades. Anyone who has worked with CFS knows that we are VERY into what we do…we’ve often described ourselves as “perfectionists who are geeky ... Read more