If we interview a business to get information about a product or service may we attribute by saying
" accprding to John Doe of John's Bicicyle shop" the best bike .......
I think so. It's the same as naming your source (isn't it), and naming your source is definitely recommended.
Thanks so much for responding. I was going to interview a motorcycle shop and talk about bikes for women, best bikes etc. And give his name and st ore as a reference. I am certainly not pushing his biz. But he knows a lot about motorcyles. Thanks again.
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