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THE UNDERGROUND EDGE, INC. THE UNDERGROUND EDGE, INC. ETHICS PLAN AND COMPANY OVERVIEW 2010 Revised: 2/10 Next Review: 2/11
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THE UNDERGROUND EDGE, INC. ETHICS PLAN POLICY MANUAL TABLE OF CONTENTS: Section 1……………………………………………………...Agency Information and Overview Section 2………..……..……………………………………………… Conflict of Interest Statement Section 3……………………………………………………..………………. ………………Code of Ethics Section 4…………………………………………………..………………...……………… Consumer Care Section 5………………………………………………………Retail Procedures and Management Section 6…………………………………………………..……… ........... Public Relations/ Marketing Section 7…………………………………………..…………………………………… Human Resources Section 8…………………………………...…………………………………Supporting Information
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THE UNDERGROUND EDGE, INC. SECTION 1 AGENCY INFORMATION AND OVERVIEW THE UNDERGROUND EDGE, Inc. is committed to a developing retail location. Currently it is in the planning stages. I (referred to hereinafter as B.O . or principal ) have developed the idea of The Underground Edge over the past several years after realizing that the South West Florida area is largely devoid of an accessible “underground” music scene that is evident and accessible in larger metropolitan area where the principal has lived in the past. Historically, all metropolitan areas have developed a music scene that is inspired by the political, socioeconomic, and cultural climate of the geographic location. “Underground” music has branched off into many genres and subgenres that encompass all walks of life, bringing together many cultures and all races. In the United States, the music genre that originally became known as hardcore punk originated in different areas in the early 1980s, to include significant activity in Washington D.C, New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, California, and Chicago. Such a “rebellious” movement is nothing original, as music has sparked many cultural revolutions, reaching back decades, arguably beginning with Rock and Roll music. To avoid digression and argument, the foci of The Underground Edge will be the current underground movement that has
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THE UNDERGROUND EDGE, INC. exploded into being mainstreamed and commercial and the genres and subgenres that surround it, the cultural keynotes, and ways of life. To give the reader of this plan a mental image of a popular location to compare and contrast the concept of The Underground Edge : “Barnes and Noble’s” comfort and relaxed, social and intellectual ambiance combined with “Hot Topic’s” flare and “Game Stop’s” technology.
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