Ever since I was just a kid and would visit new places, I knew I wanted to be part of our our global network. More specifically, I wanted to be a business woman in order to ensure a more sustainable community.
So basically the contract that you see in front of you states that no matter the situation you will represent this business in a non-violent manner
But as I got older, and payed more attention, I realized that faster, and faster, the environment was getting absorbed by urban sprawl instead of smart growth, and just as quick as new businesses came in, they were replaced.
When the time finally came for me to find a business, it took a while to pick a good spot. I had to look at every angle, including important infrastructure aspects, and the coalition of the surrounding community along with ensuring easy mobility to and from.
Next, I had to make sure that my business would not promote or cause terrorism on a biased basis against anyone whether it was their race, bilingual culture or ethnicity. In order to keep my word on this, I had a contract made which all of my future employees would sign.
The final step after all of my inventory arrived, was to have a health inspector come in and make sure that no biological weapons were being spread at my work place. Because, if so then nobody would ever want to come
Then all my work was put to the test when my business was finally open to the public for everyone to come and enjoy on opening day!