BC Appliance

Appliance repair business seeks to fill niche in local market
By Dola L. Deloff

    Bob Cregg could call himself a victim of anticipated competition or a slow economy, but he chooses to look at his recent job loss as a new opportunity. Laid off in 2003 after working for 20 years at Chamberlain's Appliance Service in Oswego, Cregg starte... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 74

Issue 74
October/November 2004

Cover Story

Profiles

Joe Roszak

My First Job

Learning the Value of Customer Service at Angelo's Big M, at 15

On The Job

What Do You Think of the Proposed State Minimum Wage Increase?

Success Stories

MyDigitalDiscount.com

My Turn

Extreme Tactic: Canceling Your Paper's Subscription

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

Economic Trends

Help Available to Start or Grow Your Small Business

Special Article

Is This a Good Time to Start My Own Business?

Last Page

The future of our economic development