Orange County

Definition of BEST

Webster's Dictionary defines “BEST” as follows:

Adjective; superlative of Good.

    1. Having good qualities in the highest degree; the greatest degree of good or excellence
    2. Most Productive of satisfaction
    3. Most desirable
    4. Most advantageous

Some people equate size with quality . . .“If they are big, they must be good.” While this is often true, size alone does not determine “the greatest degree of good or excellence”.

When the Principals of BEST OF Orange County review a business to determine if it qualifies for the BEST OF Designation for their category in their city, many factors are taken into consideration, such as:

  • Quality of products and services
  • Quality of customer service
  • Appearance and professionalism of staff
  • Overall atmosphere of the business
  • Convenience of location
  • Hours of operation
  • Ingress, egress and available parking

While all of the above play a significant part in determining the BEST OF Designation, the demonstrated desire to please their customers is of the utmost importance!

BEST OF Orange County seeks out only the BEST OF in each category. There will be only one business designated "BEST OF" in each category, in each city.

Customers and clients, both locally and from around the world, can be confident that choosing restaurants, merchants and service providers that have been designated “BEST OF” will provide them with the BEST service, BEST products and “the greatest degree of good or excellence”, throughout Orange County, California.

Additional Designee Criteria

In addition to the above, to be considered as the BEST OF Designee in their category in their city:

The business must be in good standing with the  Better Business Bureau of the Southland with no unresolved complaints.

If the business is required to be licensed by the State of California Business & Professions Code, the license must be current.

Restaurants and other food service businesses must have a current Health Inspection Certificate issued by the County of Orange.

Realtors must be in good standing with their local Board of Realtors, the California Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.

Contractors must be Licensed, Insured and Bonded.

The Business must demonstrate to BOOC that the business is the BEST in their category, in their city, by effectively utilizing business practices that produce the greatest degree of good or excellence in their overall operation.

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