FreshBooks in the Fiji Times
December 3, 2007
A while back I wrote a post about Triscuits, and Jonathan — who lives in Fiji — commented here on the Fresh Thinking blog to say:
I’d like to request removal from all future posting which reference food items I’m unable to purchase in this country.
I am right now dying to try cracked pepper and olive oil Triscuits.
I am seriously considering canceling my FreshBooks account because of this irresponsible posting. Have a heart.
We felt for Jonathon, so we took the liberty of sending him a couple boxes of Triscuits. He was pretty excited when he received them. So excited in fact that this weekend Jonathan wrote a feature article in the Fiji Times titled “Separating the good buzz from the bad” about FreshBooks and a handful of other businesses whose outstanding service has touched Jonathan.
I gotta say, it’s pretty neat to be in a newspaper, especially one in Fiji. Thanks Jonathan, and we’re glad you liked the crackers.
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