The Savvy Way
At Frisco Savvy, we do things a certain way. We want you to know how we work, so that you can decide whether you want to visit our site, or partner with us, or attend a Savvy event.
- We believe in being kind and gracious. We understand that everyone is entitled to his or her opinion, but we know that everyone has feelings too. We are only here to bring you the best in North Dallas—not to complain about or say nasty things about our neighbors. If we don’t care for a particular business, it simply won’t get reviewed here.
- We want to find and share that which is truly special. You won’t likely catch us talking about Target, Starbucks, or Pottery Barn—because, while we love Target, Starbucks and Pottery Barn, there probably isn’t much we can say about them that you don’t already know. Ubiquity is the enemy of style, and Frisco Savvy wants to find and share the exceptional, unexpected, interesting, dazzling and surprising.
- Be honest, be transparent. If we have a commercial interest in or financial relationship with a company, we will tell you straight up. We’ll always disclose our business relationships so you know that we are objective. And you should do the same; please don’t send us a “hot tip” about a “fabulous new shop” that you “just happened to find”— and conveniently fail to mention that your sister owns it. Please don’t leave a negative comment on a post that we may write about one of your competitors.
- Be a good citizen of the community. We believe in giving back, chipping in, and helping out. We love to promote non-profits, and we love to get involved in the North Dallas community whenever we can.
This is how we do business, because we believe that it’s fair and right, and it lets people know where we stand. We apply the Frisco Savvy guidelines to our editorial policies, advertising, partnerships, and all reader contributions. Thanks for understanding!