My husband and I were looking for suits for my son, brother-in-law, and himself. We were greeted by a gentleman who was friendly, very outgoing, and clean from head to toe. He was big in stature, knowlegde, and service. I witnessed him dress a number of men, based not on money, but on what made the client look good. I wondered if these were regular customers and if I would get the same service. I did. He listened to my husbands desires as well as my brother's (via phone). He dressed my son based on my description of the type of look I wanted for him. He also had to taylor my brother's suit by his description of himself over the phone. When I say that you could not tell he had not been personally measured..the hem on the jacket fell at the wrist, playing peek-a-boo with the cuff links when his arm was extended. The pants rested midhill on his Stacey's. My son thought he was a runway model in his Steve Harvey. And ladies, my husband looked soooo good.... Needless to say, I no longer shop for suits anywhere else. Its all there from ties to shoes. They have an awesome array of styles and colors and all for a great price along with service with a true smile. It doesn't get any better than that.
My name is Nancy Brown. I live in Bartlett Tn. 38134. I am 54 yrs old, and I have not once been to this hamburger place, without the employees being courteous and respectful, time after time. This goes a long way to show good service. When employees constantly tell you they appreciate your business, and thank you for coming, you will return to the place. I even showed distress at never having a coupon, yes they were out, to help with my weekly purchases of the potato skins. They are pricy at $4.00. The manager or assistant manager, her name was Pam, told me she remembers me coming in frequently for this item, and she on her own would honor me with a coupon when I came in for this product. This was not only surprising, that I was remembered, but very exciting to be offered a discount on my favorite get everytime side dish. This store had a # 7 on the side, and I decided I wanted to show a courtsey as well, for an establishment doing a well job, and encouraging repeat business as well.
i love fresh market! i feel like i am in the home of my wonderful grandmother, mary hester, way down in schlater, miss.!! i wish, wish, i had been raised on a farm down in the miss. delta, but, the next best thing is fresh market! there used to be a "squash blossom" store on union. i cried when it closed! do you know why it closed? not enough customers! there are so many fat, lazy, stupid, people in memphis on food stamps, that they want to shovel anything into their mouths. the "obama generation", as i call them. go to this store, people! buy their foods. all of them. they are full of the nutrition that God originally put in food. they are not "empty, dead" foods! then, maybe, just maybe, probably, there will be less and less cancer, that is killing the peoples of this fine nation@