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By: Karen Z.
Pizza King
Not as good as have had at other times. But still the best pizza around.
By: howardhampton
Jimmy L McDole, Attorney at Law
600.00 dollars for a frivolous motion filing and told " good luck ".Jimmy McDole is a liar and a cheat for an attorney. Judge and opposing attorney laughed at him in court for his filing. If you want to be left standing by yourself in court and look like a fool, he's your man.Howard Hampton317-910-7894
By: Kevin N.
Third Generation Pizza
Wonderful pizza. The crust was amazing - crisp. Toppings were fresh and flavorful. Service was very good. We will be returning.
By: Ed C.
Paul Shively Construction
Very impressive professional quote but only excuses for a year. Never returned phone calls or kept appointment the last time I was able to reach them.
By: Ryan T.
Wesley D Schrock Attorney At Law
Best attorney in town. I would recommend Wes any given day...and his paralegal is pretty top notch as well!!
By: Joe D.
Pizza Hut
this place is horrible even the pizza i ate the pizza and it slid outta my ass why eat the pizza if it just comes out can i get an amen.
By: Matt G.
Daniel Attorney Whitehead At Law
As a young adult, Dan has represented me in 2 different matters. In both instances he was very caring and professional. He not only helped me solve many of my issues but also acted as a life coach by pointing me to a positive future. Dan is always positive and uses the hardships he has faced in his life to help his clients understand that overcoming adversity is always possible.
By: Kevin N.
Pizza King
Food is very good, but expensive. Large pizza and breadsticks will run over $30, close to $40 if you have soft drinks. We used to eat there weekly. Since the price jump a couple of years ago we only go monthly. Dining room is never full anymore. It is a shame that the owners became greedy.
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By: Doug H.
Papa Murphy's Take N Bake Pizza
My wife and I ordered a pizza carry out on 08-16-16.Got it home with simple hand written instructions from the atendent. Pizza came out perfectly as instructed. Went back as they was closing. The same gentile man hooked me up with a cookie dough for my wife. Upon returning home from this second visit the same night. The wife was a very happy customers .My name is Doug Hamblin. My number is 765-278-2841.Thank you all for this experience. Was blessed by all involved. Be safe. Be blessed.
By: Steven C.
Rental Contracting & Repair
This company has done a bunch of work on my rental homes. They've always done what they said, for the price they quoted and in the time frame they stated. They are truly first rate.
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