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Old 03-27-2009, 12:35 AM   #1
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Treated really nice.

Hi, this is somewhat "Off Topic" and that is why it is here. On another recent thread someone mentioned that how nice and well treated they were at Jackson Center. [not a quote] And I'm sure they were. But it seems to me that because of our present economy, the number of people losing their jobs, and businesses closing their doors, that virtually every place I go lately I'm treated very well. Although this is, and should always be, a good business practice I have found in the recent past that many businesses were doing well enough to the point of not careing if you are happy doing business with them and/or if you ever return. I just think it's a sad time in our lives that people have to be going broke, loseing their homes, fearing the loss of their jobs before doing the right thing by treating people, clients, and customers properly and respectfully. Am I alone by noticing this or have you noticed this also?


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Old 03-27-2009, 06:40 AM   #2
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I grew up in the hotel business and being nice was a way of life. It is such a relief to see that folks are caring about customer service again. All of the greed that perpetuated our society the last couple of decades caused people to think only of themselves. Lesson learned?
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