There is no TIE in ‘team’…

…but you can wear your tie for your team. Like John Stone did. And got fired.

Bear down. Packer up.

I’m sure you’ve heard about this already, but an area car salesman got canned after refusing to remove his Green Bay Packers tie. His boss said he was agitating customers, so he let him walk. Stone has options, and his former employer is asking him to come back, saying Packers fans want to come buy a car from him (not sure if he sells snowmobiles). Both of them are getting an immense amount of free press, so it’s hard to feel sorry for any of them.

Today was Networking Breakfast day (it’s the most important networking meal of the day), so I had to come up with a colorful tie. My last trip to Unique Thrift Store was quite fruitful, as I found some pretty unique strips. This is either the 1st or 2nd from that particular trip. But, overall, today was tie No. 211. Still 60+ to go.

The Tie du Jour is from the house of Bellagio; taking a peek at their website, I think this TdJ may actually be on the tame side. Let your tiger roar, that’s what I say.

I really appreciated the feedback from the flat tire story. I am utterly convinced that I did a truly good thing, and I’m going to keep reminding people of that story. My fellow blogger dimpledfourinhand gave me a shout out (is that what the kids are calling it these days0, and had some things to say about having faith in the goodness of others..

Thanks for reading…Brooke


2 Responses to “There is no TIE in ‘team’…”

  1. dimpledfourinhand Says:

    Thanks for the shout out. 🙂

  2. ginger moore Says:

    Brooke, you have practiced a “Random Act of “Tie”ndness”, which inspires others to do the same……Thanks for all you do

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