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By: Jacalyn M.
Riverside Centre Antique Mall
What a pleasant surprise!!! It's been a while since I've been here. I learned that there are new owners...who have a new frame of mind. Riverside is teeming with vintage items from primitives to upscale repurposed items. Great gift ideas. A collectors haven. Very reasonable pricing. The place was hopping and the workers were great. Loved the whole experience. Save a few hours if it's you first time experience.
By: Mamaw R.
I just received a nebulizer from Lincare. I was pleasantly surprised when they called me and said they would be delivering it that morning. I had asked my pulmonologist for the nebulizer on Thur. and got this call on Tuesday. The man who delivered them machine was kind and helpful also.
By: donald.dunn.186
The Bubbling Bucket
Everyone says that Sara knows her stuff, well I can only say that every bit of her skill and knowledge is available for the asking. Get to the Bucket as quick as you can for one of the nicest shops that I have visited, not to mention how great Sara is
By: Brenda M.
Hyde Park Ace Hardware
The customer service reps helped me find the door hardware I needed but couldn't find at the "big box" stores! I will come to this store FIRST to shop.
By: John H.
White Oak Garden Center Inc
This garden center always has a good selection of plants year round. Plants are always healthier than those from the big box stores.
By: weddingsunlimited
Nina's Florist - Flowers by Nyla
OMG...Michael of Nina's is one of a kind. I love his creativity and how well he works with my clients.
Tips & Advices
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