Inclusion and Equality Not Discrimination and “We Serve Everyone”

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

“ReloNavigator and its affiliates do not support discriminatory business and religious practices. We treat everyone as human beings who deserve equal opportunities like anyone else across the globe”. – said Juntee Terrenal, Founder, Principal & Chair, ReloNavigator &IBBAsSM (International Businesses Board)

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An Entrepreneur and Philanthropist, Josh Driver coined the idea “We Serve Everyone” of which he created a decal or badges for those businesses that are against the Indiana’s Religious Freedom and Restoration Act, can buy to express their voices. Hence, he founded OpenForService.org that celebrates an open economy.

this business serves everyone

credit: Josh Driver, Founder, openforservice.org

“Driver originally dreamed up the idea just for Indianapolis businesses. His friends helped spread the word, however, and businesses across Indiana and in other states started buying them.”

To his surprised that his concept hit the rest of the America and it became a national voice that businesses of all sizes, churches and other entities began ordering through the website promoting the fact that they’re willing to serve anyone, no matter their sexual orientation., and not discriminating anyone at all.

“We applaud Josh’s creativity and we are very glad to hear that numerous businesses of all sizes across the United States are coming out to voice ‘non-discriminatory’ practices regardless of the nature of an organization” – said, Juntee Terrenal, Chair, International Businesses BoardSM (IBBAsSM) and Founder & Principal of ReloNavigatorSM

As this discriminatory action of Indiana have caught the attention of the entire United States of America; several state governors such as in Vermont, New York, Connecticut, Washington State, District of Columbia and mayors of San Francisco, Seattle and Portland have issued banning all non-essential state-funded trips to Indiana.

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