A buying group has all of the power and fury of the Niagara Falls at its deposal.  As this tremendous resource is properly harnessed, it will yield much lower acquisition costs to its membership.

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Harry B. Ray is the owner of Harry B. Ray & Associates, PLLC and practices in Chattanooga, Tennessee. For more information, visit www.BuyingGroups.com or www.hbrlaw.com.