The Valdosta Daily Times
I was having trouble with my cell phone last week so I went to Best Buy to get help. The employee that helped me was Conner. He was such a gentleman and was so courteous and friendly. I am elderly and truly appreciate him. There needs to be more employees like Conner in more stores! He fixed my phone in a jiffy and did not want a dime. Thank you so much.
A big “Way to Go” to Wild Adventures! They decided to put public safety over profits when they had the spill the other day.
Rave to Dr. Hobby and his staff. They are so helpful. He is a wonderful doctor and also he is cute.
I would like to rave about Zacadoo’s on Baytree. I have never met a more friendly and effective drive thru staff.
Thanks to the stranger that stopped me in Walmart Friday afternoon and blessed me with $20 to help buy my son some school supplies. I refused it but she said it was her good deed for the day! I was shocked ... blessings in disguise ... thanks once again.
Thanks to Joe P. and the Humane Society for fighting for the well-being of animals in our area. Even the smallest gesture brings about big changes in the animal world!
Big thank you to Dawn P. who works at Citizens Community Bank in Hahira. Thank you for all of your help and time!
Thanks to Val in ER at Smith-Northview and Dr. Coleman for taking good care of me. They are like guardian angels.
My sincerest thanks to Dr. Moreno, a truly compassionate and caring doctor with an incredible staff. I hold the highest regards for all those employed at Valdosta medical clinic. Thank you each and everyone.
I would like to rave on Concept Nails. I arrived at 7:47 p.m. needing a pedicure, full set and eyebrow wax. They closed at 8; however, they did not turn me around and did not rush providing me my services and I’m truly appreciative of the wonderful customer service and professionalism that I received. Way to go. I will be back!
This is a rave to all the hard-working employees in and around Lowndes County, who are over worked, under paid, as well as under appreciated. Keep your head up and keep believing that what goes around, comes around.
I have the hardest working and sweetest hairdresser in the South. She always wears a smile and tries to please. Thanks, Mary Catherine H., for being the best.