‘No tolerance for rudeness’ – Stratford veteran raises Nationwide Courtesy Month consciousness

September is Nationwide Courtesy Month and a Stratford veteran is on a mission to advertise consciousness.

Businessman and a fight veteran Prez Palmer says courtesy isn’t just being well mannered to others, it is also crucial within the enterprise world.

A former commander for the U.S. Special Forces Coaching Battalion at Fort Bragg, Palmer says has a no tolerance coverage for rudeness.

Palmer tells News 12 the attention month was began in Singapore in 1979 after which unfold around the globe. It is now seen as a method to promote good enterprise practices within the personal sector and hold the peace in each politics and the army.

“There is a excessive diploma of courtesy and respect within the army,” Palmer says. “That is positively one thing that was ingrained in me from day one in all primary coaching, as a result of by being courteous to others, folks see that you’re respectful.”