Phoenix, Arizona, April 26, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Building a successful business these days is not easy. A large number of businesses do not succeed. Here’s one local, family-owned business that is not only still in business, but growing, with a little help from family and their website developer. If you're an Arizonan, and you received a ticket and the court required you attend Traffic Survival School, chances are you’ve met Jennifer Adkinson (“Jenni”), the owner of All Valley Wide T.S.S. (Traffic Survival School), her family-owned Traffic Survival School business servicing Phoenix, Scottsdale, Peoria, Glendale, Tempe, Mesa, Chandler, Tucson, Flagstaff, Show Low and all surrounding areas.
If you take a second to read the many reviews for All Valley Wide T.S.S., their student satisfaction becomes immediately obvious. At this time, Jenni and her family are facilitating T.S.S. students at any of their now five Traffic Survival Schools: vwtss.com, flagstafftss.com, tssinaz.com, traffic-survival-school.com and wmtss.com. Simply visit any of their URLs, follow the easy instructions, and you're scheduled for class. You can either pay right online or in person. All Valley Wide T.S.S. and their Family of Schools notifies the MVD and courts for you — very straightforward, easy accommodations for their students.
About All Valley Wide T.S.S. - Until 2007, when her husband became ill, Jenni was a stay-at-home mother of three. From 2007 to 2013, Jenni would learn the Traffic Survival School Industry, working for a friend's company. In 2013, Jenni would take a full-time Social Worker position, shortly after starting her White Mountain & Flagstaff Traffic Survival Schools. In true entrepreneurial fashion, Jenni would work long days throughout the week, stay up late optimizing her own website and marketing, then whisk out of town every weekend to teach Traffic Survival School in Northern Arizona. In 2014, Jenni quit her full-time job and opened All Valley Wide Traffic Survival School, serving the Phoenix area. In 2016, Jenni opened Traffic Survival School in AZ LLC to service the Tucson and Globe area. Currently, she has six instructors, two of which are bilingual instructors, and a total of 12 employees.
The future for Jennifer’s family and their companies started last year when contracting Reliable-Rankings.com not to just build VWTSS.COM but to facilitate, optimize, and maintain growth online. The objective? Simple: Build a total of six websites. That’s right, Jenni didn’t start small; she not only wanted a website for each of her five existing Traffic Survival Schools, but also one Online Defensive Driving Course — a new area in her industry requiring additional certifications and requirements. Most recent email correspondence from the Certification & Licensing Division of the Arizona Supreme Court states the individual assigned to reviewing her online course “was not able to work on school applications, having been assigned to other various tasks during the month of March. Going forward I hope to continue working on open applications for the June board. I apologize for the delay.” Despite this discouraging delay, Jenni began development on what's soon to be her latest addition to the betterment of Arizona drivers everywhere: Online Drivers Ed. A teen driver's solution to preparing for the Arizona State Driver’s License Test which will be located at driving-class.com.
Source: All Valley Wide T.S.S. (Traffic Survival School)