Humor: VDB Coins – Interfanatic Customer Spotlight

VDB Coins - Interfanatic Customer Spotlight: Humor

Like a warm summer rain, humor may suddenly cleanse and cool the earth, the air, and you.“⁠

Langston Hughes

Humor makes everything better. As Hughes (one of my favorite poets) noted, humor can break the ice. No doubt, as he fought for Civil Rights, he had to break the tension more than once.

But humor is useful in business, too. In moderation, it makes business meetings easier to pass. It just makes dealings more fun.

And that’s where George Huber of VDB Coins uses humor to great effect.

George is a coin dealer. He works with only the nicest, most beautiful collectible coins. He doesn’t sell anything he wouldn’t want in his collection.

Because, as he puts it, “Life is too short to buy ugly coins.”

It’s memorable, it connects him to his customers, and it’s funny.

Coin collectors are picky, and sometimes very serious about the coins they buy. Light humor breathed into their consideration is a welcome respite from the seriousness of competition and strain of making just the right purchase.

And, George is a funny guy to talk to. Deadly serious about serious coins, but he just gets business.

Which is why we at Interfanatic were so pleased to design and build him a new website to replace his aging platform. George is great to work with. His customers seem to like his new site, too.

If you know nothing about the peak of collectible coins, but you find yourself piqued, take a peek into a worldwide traveling circus and multi-billion dollar industry:
https://vdbcoins.com

And if you know everything about collectible coins, check out VDB Coins. Talk to George Huber- he’ll teach you something. And you’re about guaranteed a chuckle, too.

Endurance: Bryant Sports & Entertainment – Interfanatic Customer Spotlight

Bryant Sports & Entertainment - Customer Spotlight: Endurance

Children’s talent to endure stems from their ignorance of alternatives.“⁠

Maya Angelou

Ah, to be like a child. To not know better. To just do, and to try, and to not worry too much for consequences.

Growing up – experience – teaches us to be reticent, to be conservative, to go with care. Which is great! And terrible.

But when you don’t know better, you just go through it. You endure. You don’t know better.

Which is great! And terrible.

The trick, we learn, it learn when to endure and when to stop and move on.

LA is a tough place to endure anything. But if you think it’s tough running a business, try enduring in entertainment, or in sports. That’s exactly what Desi Bryant has done: endured.

Desi is a hustler of the best possible definition. He always has a few things going. But he’s able to single out and represent best his people through hard work and diligence.

Desi Bryant endures.

We do, too. Like Desi, we don’t give up. Interfanatic sticks with it until there are results. That’s why endurance is the virtue we highlight this week.