I would have given our Neighborhood Dillons a 5 star rating until today. I love to walk into Dillons and smell the floral arrangements at the entrance. I always slow down and embrace the moment. Both my wife and I find having this olfactory greeting along with the beautiful displays enhances our visit. Because of this we rarely shop anywhere else. We also enjoy knowing the restrooms are kept clean but most of all, we enjoy the people. They don't forget that the customer is a person and when possible, they take time to visit without sacrificing the quality of their duties. We always look for one person in particular when we go and are disappointed when he is not there. Matt makes a huge difference for us. Thank you Dillons however, today we were saddened not to see an American flag waving. there were plenty for sale, but not one waving. We drove to 3 other Dillons looking for one who was specifically honoring our nation for which several of our family members are diabled vets because of wanting to protect it, but we found not one Dillon's we visited/drove by displaying a flag on this Independence day. therefore the only 4 stars.
2225 Southwest BlvdWichita, KS 67213
From Business: Operational since 1993, Commerce Construction Service Inc. is a full-service general contracting company. Based in Wichita, Kan., some of its capabilities includes …
The people here were very nice. They were willing to help me look for things and even remembered me calling on the phone the day before. They have a great selection of items to chose from including Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Tie and many more. They were not upset at the size of our family and even though they are a small store, they were family friendly well stocked, and have everything from canned to fresh items in toe. Almost every thing in the store was from over seas so you know you are getting the right stuff for that recipe. They are cheaper then the Asian section of the local grocery store too. I just moved to Wichita and thought they were great. Plan to keep going back every time. Side note for those of you on food stamps they take them as well, your welcome here too!! Thank you Hong Dung, Tiffany L.
Several managers have come and gone over the past ten years and employes have done the same. Usually you will have to find someone to help you and possibly wait until the employee is finished with another customer. Here they do not chase you down at the front door, but let you come to them. Several of the older, long time employees are real gems as people: earnest, attentive, helpful, and have a good sense of humor. Usually I get the impression they are understaffed and working hard to keep everything going the way corporate headquarters wants them to. Sometimes the cashiers seem to have an attitude but their stations are by the front door and they are subject to temperature extremes in winter and summer.