do u have kids? if so y would u take then to a really expensive golf course that would charge u at least $30-$150. y do that when u could go to a really good and cheap golf course for $5 for kids and $6 for adults, and u dont have a tee time to play all u have to is show up and then play. how easy is that? the range of distance of this excilent course is from 70 yards to 170 yards. i have played this course a lot and i love this course if i could live there i would. i dont like to play anywhere else because of how much i like to play there. something ekse thats good is that it is a short course and it doesnt take as long to play as other courses like.although it may be a easy 9 hole course it looks easy but its harder than it looks much harder my best personaly score at concord is par (27)i had a lot of luck on my side that day though and i have played there for years and will play there for years to come. have fun and be safe. my referance site: http://www.knoxareajuniorgolf.com/
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I've been going to this cleaner for over a year. In terms of cost The dutch girl is by far the best. I get my dress shirts laundered for $1.85 a shirt! That is the lowest price I have found in Knoxville, while other places I've researched we're $2:50 or more. Their dry cleaning is also very affordable. Aside from the price the quality and care of the shirts are excellent. The shirts are spot checked, starched to your preference and i get my shirts (14 at a time) the very next day. Another nice thing is that if a button breaks, they repair it free of charge. As far as customer service goes, there has always been someone available and the employees are extremely nice and professional. I have not had one problem since I've been there because if I have had a concern they have always done something to resolve the issue. I'm am very pleased with the service I've been given and I will continue to go there for as long as they are open.
I looked at about 13 different colleges and universities before deciding on this one. The main reason I chose Fountainhead was because they were just about the only college that taught the newest computer programming languages. Every other college or university was still teaching the older Visual Basic 6 and C++, while Fountainhead was offering Visual Basic.NET and C#.NET. During enrollment, their financial adviser was very good about making sure that I knew what needed to be done, and how I was going to get the funding. Fountainhead has followed through with all their statements and promises, and I'd definitely choose them again if I decide to pursue another degree.