Made In The U.S.A.

Let’s have a quiz.

In Adventures on March 13, 2009 at 12:57 am

1. If I wrote about a sportswear company called J. America, where would you expect that company to manufacture its products?

a) America
b) Anywhere but America

2. If that organization listed a “Company Vision” on its web site, would that vision be:

a) To provide the finest top quality sportswear and best customer service at fair prices.
b) To touch our customers for a lifetime of expression!

3. If that company cited goals, would those goals be:

a) Providing good jobs, fair wages, and a quality product.
b) To set clear goals and achieve them with enthusiasm.

4. If that company sought accountability, what would it want to be held accountable for?

a) Setting industry-leading business practices and delivering a peerless product.
b) To hold ourselves accountable to our company values and goals.

5. If that company had an official Code of Conduct, would it require:

a) There shall not be any use of child labor or sweatshops, and a living wage will be paid to all workers.
b) There shall not be any use of forced labor, whether in the form of prison labor, indentured labor, bonded labor or otherwise.

For the answers, turn your computer upside down:

.q ǝɹɐ sɹǝʍsuɐ ǝɥʇ 11ɐ   .q s,ʇı

Results:
0-2 correct – You’re clearly new here.
3-4 correct – Feeling a little jaded, are we?
5 correct – Way to go! You’re a total cynic!

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  1. When their page loads, the first thing thing that displays is the tag from a shirt. At least they don’t try to hide it.
    They get a point for that…

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