BBB Serving Connecticut's SUMMER SNAPSHOT Contest!!!

Enter the CT BBB's Summer Snapshot Contest TODAY! Simply SNAP a photo of yourself with the BBB Logo out and about town, and be entered to WIN! What are you waiting for???

Have you been to the CT BBB's Facebook Page? If not, then you should! 

For the month of August, your CT BBB is holding a "Summer Snapshot Contest" - and by just snapping a pic, you could be entered to WIN!

Currently, there are over 4,000 BBB Accredited Businesses throughout the State of Connecticut. From Contractors, Plumbers, Auto Dealers & Mechanics, to Lawyers, Dentists, Bakers, Jewelers, University's & more!

When you are out and about in your daily travels, shopping in a store, driving down the road (make sure you are stopped!), OR if you are having work done in your home, simply ask or look for the BBB Accredited Business Logo in the storefront window or on the Contractors vehicle. Then, SNAP a pic of the logo with yourself or the business owner! Be CREATIVE! We want to see what you've got! 

Then, click on over to BBB Serving CT's Facebook Page & share the photo! Make sure to tell us what the business is too! Each photo will get you an entry into the Summer Snapshot drawing which will be held on September 1, 2012 for a chance to win a AWESOME Gift Cooler from UK Gourmet, a CT Accredited Business! 

While you are at it, be sure to "like" our Facebook Page for tips, scam alerts, important news from around the state, more contests, and of course - to start your search with TRUST! 

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Bill August 09, 2012 at 06:04 PM
BBB is a joke. I used a BBB endorsed contractor who did a hack job on my house and they defended the hacks. For me, the BBB sign on anyones business it a sign to go elsewhere.
WR August 09, 2012 at 06:14 PM
There was an expose done by a network news program I think a year ago. The implication was that ratings could be acquired at a cost. The reporter representing a buisiness was offered an opportunity to improve his rating from a "C" to an "A" or top rating, I do not remember the specific rating system, but you get the idea. There was a cost attached. As soon as the 'sale' was made, a few days passed and the rating shot from a C to A. The implication was that the ratings could be bought. This is not good for the businesses that acquired honest ratings, and it is horrible for the conumer.


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