Most HONEST place to gamble. Yesterday I went to Green Valley Gas Station off of Decatur and Horse, and I put money into a machine, and play dollars, it dealt me 3 Aces on the first hand but for some reason it didn't hold one of them, Then dealt me the ace needed for 4 aces and a kicker, meaning, I was suppose to get 4 aces with a kicker,the middle button has been not working properly on this machine for a while, sometimes it holds, sometimes it doesn't, but because It usually only caused me to loose a pair, I would normally just let it go as if it happened it would be just a dollar or so lost, well because this was a several hundred dollar mistake due to malefaction on the machine, as you can imagine I was upset, so I tell the cashier, they call their gambling dept that runs all their Green Valley Stations Gambling machines, I'll keep all the details short, so what end up happening is they came down, rolled the machines and saw that I was right, had the 3 ace hold it would have given me the fourth ace with kicker, and took full responsibility, owned up, and paid me my money. Going through this experience, I now know their on top of their game, and have complete faith in their business ethics, and will continue to gamble there daily, as this place runs there stores with good business ethics, and above all are honest and fair, you can gamble knowing they aren't cheating customers, or fixing machines to their benefit. Besides being honest with their machines, The manager who works here is also the best manager I have ever seen work at a gas station, she runs this place just a business owner would, and I would know because my husband and I own business' here in Vegas. The whole staff is friendly, and professional. Long story short, I would advise anyone who likes to gamble like me, to skip the casinos, and other gas stations and gamble here at Green Valley Gas Stations, besides them being honest, the machines pay out decent and often, so there not tight like the casinos or other gas stations and their HONEST, they don't cheat you out of your money.
I have been grocery shopping here for about three weeks now. It's a neighborhood market, so they wont have EVRYTHING that you want. But it is a new company and you can send product feedback online, fill out a form in the store, or let the kitchen table person know. The staff is extremely helpful. Even though you are supposed to bag your own groceries, I have had people help me twice! What I love the most about Fresh & Easy: - great products at low, low prices (I created a spreadsheet and compared prices with Vons and Smiths and F&E is lower. I'm saving at least $30 a week!) - tastful food and prepackaged meals from chefs ( everything you need such as pre-made salads, pad thai chicken, enchiladas, mashed potatoes, sushi, and desserts!) It's a great place to shop and save. ATM on location. I still make monthly runs to Costco for things like water and meat, but I have been buying some small portions of fish at F&E, and I'm happy. Cons: Self-serve checkout can be a learning experience. I messed up on a $5 coupon and lost out. They're not open 24 hours, and they're not a Wal-mart meaning they dont have everyting possible. You may have to stop by another store for drug items, but they aren't parishable, so you can readjust and shop ahead of time. It's worth the savings!
We went there today and was pleasantly surprised. They have fresh foods, organic and not. Limited brands because most of what they sell is their own brand, but the prices are somewhat better than even Wal-Mart. Not as crowded, but once they catch on, I'm sure they will be. I am going to drive the extra 3 miles to shop there. They even have $5 off coupons for the next four weeks. It's worth the try, they were very friendly and helpful also. There are two, one on Jones and Tropicana, and one on Ann Rd. 4810 or something like that. Try them, I'm a new fan!! Linda J.