Visual Sound owner Bob Weil was recently interviewed for an article in Entrepreneur Magazine.
Many small-business owners, however, say their needs go beyond just sweeping tax cuts. And many Republican-supporting business owners — who are better represented by the membership organizations — don’t feel like their candidates really understand them.
Bob Weil, owner of Visual Sound, an eight-employee maker of guitar gear in Spring Hill, Tenn., has written a proposal to reform accounting rules that he recently presented to his local U.S. congresswoman’s office. He wants tax relief on excess inventory and faster depreciation on all asset purchases. He supports Romney because he believes “government shouldn’t get in the way” of business, explaining that he feels Obama’s policies have hampered his business more than helped it.
Weil, however, feels that even Romney doesn’t really grasp small-business struggles — because he, like most politicians, has never run one. But Weil thinks election talk hardly matters, anyway. “Election years are full of rhetoric and promises that are never kept,” he says. “It’s what happens between election years that matters.”
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Visual Sound Introduces Lifetime Warranty
Thu, Jun 14, 2012
Visual Sound’s new Lifetime Warranty includes the revolutionary Dual Tap Delay, Jekyll & Hyde, Route 66, and more.
Spring Hill, TN (PRWEB) June 14, 2012
After delighting musicians for many years with their award-winning guitar effect pedals, Visual Sound is taking their quality commitment to the next level by offering a lifetime warranty on all V2 and V3 series effect pedals.
Bob Weil, founder and president of Visual Sound, explains it this way: “We’ve worked hard for many years to make our products not only sound great, but also hold up to the demands of the working musician. The test procedures and quality control standards that R.G. Keen and I have developed are extremely thorough. On top of that, we designed our switching system to pretty much last forever, and we’re very picky about our critical parts suppliers too. When it comes down to it, we hate to have our gear go down in the middle of someone’s gig, so we’ve gone over the top with reliability. To prove it, we’re now offering a lifetime warranty on most of our pedals. And since we’ve been around since 1995, you can be confident that we’ll be around to support that warranty.”
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