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11/20/2017
By: Ciara D.
Creative Events & Gifts Inc
This lady is great at what she does. She made me lovely bouquets for my wedding and decorated my wedding to look amazing. You should go to her for bouquets and decorating services don't let anyone tell you different. she is nice and awesome. thank you thank you will be back again for other parties and custom items.
10/26/2017
By: Karen J.
Creative Events & Gifts Inc
Thanks so much for all the effort you put into my daughter birthday party. You made me and my husband vision come alive. Thanks so much we will for sure be using your company in the future. We appreciate all the hard work your company did.
10/15/2017
By: Alanna R.
Creative Events & Gifts Inc
I asked her to do my baby shower for me and I am very happy with her service. She kept in contact and her packages were great. She is a very nice lady glad I found her.
10/08/2017
By: Alejandro V.
Creative Events & Gifts Inc
Me and my wife are so happy we hired her for our wedding. She only had 3 weeks to put together our wedding with 150 guests and wow she did amazing. She decorated our ceremony and reception party. We wish we could give her a 20 star rating she deserves it. Thank you so much.
10/05/2017
By: Margret O.
Creative Events & Gifts Inc
My son was so happy with his mickey party that this company created we couldn't believe it. We would for sure hire them again.
10/05/2017
By: Keyanna S.
Creative Events & Gifts Inc
It was great to work with this company. They decorated great and I was very happy with the service. Thank You
08/11/2017
By: Robin L.
Thema Health Services
would not recommend due to unethical practices and delayed attention to patient/family needs On one occasion a family member begged for refill of her moms pain meds and no one responded for 3 to 4 days On another occasion marketer stole a patient from another hospice by deceiving family into signing transfer
03/15/2017
By: Emmett B.
Independence Plus Inc
I an a caregiver of 3 gentleman who attend this program. One of the Men have being going to this program over 12 years. He loves the program and all the staff. They always have something going on throughout the month for them. I looked at other programs. Yes they looked bigger. But when it came down to it I was so afraid they would get lost in the shuffle. Independence Plus, Inc. maybe a smaller program in size. But not in care. I have seen and personally felt the special care from there staff. If you are looking for a Day Program for your someone. Or you know someone who could benefit from a good day program. Look into Independence Plus, Inc. They have my Love and Support!
03/13/2017
By: Tanisha W.
AZ Bounce 4 Kids,LLC
Thank you very much az bounce 4 Kids you guys made my day and my nephew this past Saturday my nephew party didn't start until 130 or 2 I called az bounce to see if the can deliver the jumper earlier and guesswhat they did with no problem and set everything up thank you az bounce I will be seeing you guys real soon thank you so much my rating for this company is a 10 star thank you
02/01/2017
By: Richard W.
KSE Design Group Plc
Be wary of this firm. I did sub-consulting work for Craig Smith only to find out afterwards that he has a propensity to draft his own ALTA surveys and then forge my seal and signature on them and sell them to his clients. One of these examples can be viewed at book 1258 of maps page 31 and 2016-0155850 He even had the fortitude to take it to the County and record it. In my opinion this is a criminal enterprise….. Stay away
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