The American Dream. It starts with our first job, whether it be babysitting, mowing lawns, or sacking groceries at the local store. Whatever it is, we work toward the dream of college, a dream job, the perfect family, a dream house, living the dream life, and, finally, retirement. The American Dream.
So when did we quit dreaming? Or how did our dream become a nightmare somewhere along the way? Why have we determined that the dream is unattainable?
Dream. Grab for the brass ring – that symbol of the past that today represents striving for the prize. The brass ring – that past practice of rewarding one who succeeded in reaching for and acquiring the goal. Everyone gets a shot at the brass ring. Anyone can attain the prize who legitimately and persistently strives to achieve it. The dream is alive. It is within your reach. Hard work and team work bring realization. You can make it happen for you.
The brass ring is a stretch. The American Dream is a grand one. It’s a worthy aspiration. It deserves your best shot. YOU deserve your best shot. Your loved ones do, too. Is your brass ring to climb the ladder where you are? Is it to start your own business? Is working for yourself your means to the American Dream? Live your life to its fullest potential. Stretch for the brass ring. Grab the American Dream.
Culver-Newlin, a school and office furniture company, understands the brass ring concept. We grabbed for it ourselves. And for over fifty years we’ve been providing excellent service to schools and businesses in Southern California. Customer service is the focus and foundation of our family owned and operated business. With complete furnishings for the modern and ergonomic workplace, or the perfect-fit furniture for the classroom, our sales team and design staff will help you choose and set up your new office or study space. For more information, call 949-288-6739 today, or visit our website.
Culver-Newlin can tell you the American Dream exists. It may be elusive, but it exists. And you can make it yours. Don’t give up. Never give up on your dream. Lay claim to the prize. Go for the brass ring. Grab the American Dream.