Frequently, when I post links to information about Creative Memories, I receive replies indicating that I should not have posted the information or that the information is somehow responsible for the problems at Creative Memories.
I also receive many emails thanking me for making the information available.
With the latest round of layoffs and bankruptcy, I waited until details appeared in the Saint Cloud Times before posting anything, even though I was aware of what had happened much earlier.
Similarly, when Creative Memories withdrew from ISO Image Permanence Standards, I was accused of being against Creative Memories. Nothing could be further from the truth.
I was with Creative Memories for 14 years. I strongly support CM’s mission and hope that CM succeeds.
I simply refuse to engage in censorship that misrepresents the situation at Creative Memories. My suggestion is to read the articles and decide for yourself what the information means to you. If I have additional insight, I will include my thoughts. If you have a different view, please comment. Feel free to disagree with me, but do not tell me that the information should remain hidden.
If after reading this posting, you still want to bury your head in the sand, please unsubscribe from this blog, unfriend me on Facebook, and remove my connection on LinkedIn.