Amazon is a formidable competitor for small businesses. The convenience they offer is great. Ordering is simple, and you can find just about anything. But, where is your money really going? How do you filter out the junk? And how does Veritas compare?
Here’s a simple chart to help you think about where you buy. Please consider filling it out.
At Veritas, your purchases help fund the development of new classical curriculum. They help introduce more families to classical education. And, most importantly, they prepare young hearts and minds by introducing them to the whole counsel of God in all of His creation.
I thought you might also enjoy a walk down memory lane of how consumers have purchased things over the last 100 years. In a very short period of time our purchasing habits have changed dramatically. Here’s the history of shopping since 1900:
Now these big chains find themselves in trouble due to online commerce.
I love the convenience of online shopping. We can search for the most obscure item, find it within seconds, buy it and have it the next day. Few of us saw this coming 20 years ago.
Competing is tough in this new marketplace—especially against something like Amazon, the Everything Store. When you are ready to purchase, we would simply ask that you think through the answers to the chart above. We think, together we can be “RESTORING CULTURE TO CHRIST ONE YOUNG HEART AND MIND AT A TIME.” We only ask that you help us help you.
*The chart covering the 20th century shopping patterns comes from this article.
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