San Antonio Business Journal Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
American City Business Journals "ACBJ" is an American newspaper chain based in Charlotte, North Carolina. ACBJ publishes under six brands, which together reach four million readers: The Business Journals, which publishes local business news for 44 markets in the United States, Hemmings Motor News, Street & Smith's Sports Business Daily, Inside Lacrosse, AmericanInno, and Bizwomen.com. The company is owned by Advance Publications. The San Antonio Business Journal exists to keep the local business community apprised of all-things business news related.
On April 2018 a costumer wrote a review for Yelp about how san antonio business journal sucks: Horrible. I've unsubscribed from their emails no less than five times. I just got another email this morning. Please join the 21st century and fix your very broken website. Plus, hire someone that actually knows how to run your social media. It's not even that hard to find someone to do it. People actually get college degrees in that field. This is why we can't have progress.
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