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From Emergencies to Long-Term

I will spare all of the details, as it could take a long time, but on Saturday, I once again returned to civilized society, when, after much laboring, my water was restored. See, the water pipe running from our home to our sidewalk (conveniently right before it connects with the main borough-owned water pipe) broke and after a call from the town water department, it broke a little more, which meant our water pressure was turned down, which meant in a twin home that feeds off the same line, no water for three days.

But luckily we had some help from my dad and my brother so we were able to fix it quickly without too much trouble and too much expense. There are all of the typical lessons I usually harp on in this story — preparing for the unexpected, trusting experts, taking precautions, and so on and so on.

But instead of making the connection for you, just like we had to that at home, I’ll let you draw your own between my own water fiasco and DDA’s amazing range of in-house capabilities in both the corporate and medical worlds, doing what so many other medical and healthcare IT marketing companies and advertising agencies can never do.  Our innovative medical and corporate website design and development, medical animations, medical illustrations, video production, and custom programming services are high-quality, unique, and cutting-edge. We can help in a jiffy, solving just about any marketing problem you may encounter with services that provide real solutions, long-term results, and that are so good, they don’t even need a gaurentee.

I think just about the only service we don’t provide is fixing broken water pipes. Maybe I’m exaggerating a bit, but nonetheless, we do a lot, whether it’s to help in emergency situations or for the long-term.

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Entry by: toni


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