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D10 Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Business ~pfrft of JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADVOCATE Experience. FROM PAGE D1 uct/service but the intangible, "value adding," experience that business provides. Do you want customers to call your phone or grace your store with their presence? Then add value to each and every custom- er's experience. The Customer Experience is the First Pillar of Business Success. In our next Consultant's Cor- ner we will share some steps that ; will help you create positive and lasting customer's experience. -- Brett Hersh is the owner of Growth Strategies, LLC. If you would like to make an appoint- ment to discuss your business, he can be reached at 304 267-2594 or ~ -..~. ~ iiii!~~I i~ii /- ,~ :! ~ .... 2~ ;!i: ~i i~ ~ Briefcase .... ' t FROM PAGE D1 i doctorate in musical arts in vocal performance from the University of Maryland, College Park. He's also already familiar with Shepherd. "Over 10 years ago, I served Shepherd University as an adjunct voice instructor, stage and choir director while pursu- ing my doctorate," Tudor said. "I fell in love with the community and was impressed by the talent and commitment to excellence of the students and faculty." Headed to Roosevelt Insti- tute: A Shepherd University stu- dent has been selected to attend the Roosevelt Institute, a summer academy fellowship that com- bines a full-time placement in a partner organization with a cur- riculum of leadership, policy de- velopment and implementation, Tim Leonard is a junior from Wheeling. He is studying po- litical science and Appalachian studies and hopes to go into poli- tics as a career. Starting June 8, Leonard will bein D.C. where he and other fel- t6ws will take part in weekly pol- ~~ training and a speaker series ~hfit will allow them to interact With leading progressive thinkers and policy organizations. The program, now in its fifth year, comes with a $1,500 sti- pend. the has g.rown, so have we. We set a course to become the region's leader in medical care. And now, just look inside City Hospital and Jefferson Memorial and you'll see the difference. It's about our growing staff of gifted doctors. It's about our people. Healthcare professionals holding themselves to a high standard of excellence. It's care from the heart. It's WVU Healthcare's statewide, commitment to medical L excellence...working for you. -CityHospital JE oON J