View Poll Results: Which do you feel is most important?

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  • Image of outfit

    5 17.24%
  • Quality of work

    24 82.76%
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Thread: What's more important: Image or Quality?

  1. #1
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    Default What's more important: Image or Quality?

    What do you feel is more important?

    Your company image, as in an outsiders opinion of the appearance of your outfit.

    or

    The quality of your work, as in the attentiveness you give your client's property to assure a job well done?
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    You need a third option as in "BOTH are equal important"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen M. View Post
    You need a third option as in "BOTH are equal important"
    The wife says that "Quality" is more impoertant because a company we see around has a great image, but their quality suxs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen M. View Post
    The wife says that "Quality" is more impoertant because a company we see around has a great image, but their quality suxs.
    I think it depends on the potential customer. Some will call just because the see your flashy 'n clean rigs driving around town all day. Others might care more about the quality of the work over the company's battle torn fleet.

    Both are nearly equal in my eyes, but quality is more important.
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    I have to say both with Quality #1 and then image.How ever my son and I pride ourselves on both.

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    Smile

    Quality is Image

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen M. View Post
    You need a third option as in "BOTH are equal important"

    Yep what he said.

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    like violinmore said quality is image

    when you do good quality work and customers are happy then people will have a good image of you even if you wear a wornout tanktop and overalls lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by violinmore View Post
    Quality is Image
    I agree.


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