I didn`t see a font blurring issue, FireFox 1.x, but did see other problems with type and layout.
First, though, your branding. Your company name "Business Associates"
tells us nothing about the coupon and sales business. That`s not a
problem, IF you have something that DOES tell us the info. But instead,
you have an advertisement in your main banner for some company that has
nothing to do with you.
If I didn`t know better, I`d have hit the site, seen the banner ad, and assumed you`re a Web development company.
The menu navigation bar to the right of the content, under the login
area is messed up. The line-spacing is far to large, and there`s line
wrapping going on that makes it confusing. I thought you had two
separate links: One for "Vision &" and the other for "Mission."
"Affordable Rates," "Full Page..." and "Color Ads..." all are
underlined but aren`t links. That, and they have some error characters
in front of each item. I assume this is a bullet list that doesn`t render
correctly. Even if it were showing right, it doesn`t really tell me much. I`d want to click each item to learn more.
All these issues can be fixed, typically by the developer. But the one
that YOU have to fix is your branding strategy. That`s a conceptual
marketing strategy and it seems to be missing. A good example of the
same problem is the current US Republican party marketing plan. There
isn`t one, and nobody knows what the political party means or stands
Think of your company as a political candidate. "Vote for Business Associates because....." What?