Today, we hope that many of us are not at work. We hope that many of us are instead with our families and friends, enjoying wonderful company and delicious food. For those of us who work on this day, those of us who know that injuries, pain, suffering and patients in need of our care do not take a day off… we appreciate your work ethic, your commitment and your time on this holiday.
This holiday, after all, is not just about family, friends, food and football. It is in the name: “Thanksgiving” is about giving thanks, and today, since we would be hard-pressed to share a juicy turkey with yummy stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy via this online medium, we would like to share what we are thankful for.
We are thankful for our employees. Our company, and any company is only as good as the people who comprise their ranks. We believe that we have an exceptionally talented and hardworking bunch. Over the employee spotlights we’ve shared in the past months, you got to meet some of the people who make up CPH & Associates. Different backgrounds, histories and responsibilities of the various individuals are united by one cause — to help our customers, to create intricate and revolutionary ways to help even further… to make things better. Our team, our family is what makes us strong, our team makes us who we are… on this Thanksgiving day, we are thankful for each and every one of you.
We are also thankful to our customers. We understand that each customer has another choice in the big, powerful companies who flex their multi-billion-dollar muscles in displays of might and intimidation. We are not one of those guys. We are smaller, we are tighter-knit, we are a family, with our employees, and our customers. We are deeply thankful for all those who saw this as an advantage, and chose us as their insurance carrier, stuck with us, and recommended us to others. Our promise is to continue proving to you daily that the choice you made was the right one.
But enough about us. What about you? What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?