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07/15/2014
By: charyl
Sam's Club
I had lenses made for 2 pairs of frames.The first was supposed to be sunglasses. Dark brown, gradient tint. The tint stops in the upper third of the lenses. I accepted them because I was desperate, since my old sunglasses had broken.the second pair was supposed to have transition lenses that darken in the sunlight.I've been wearing glasses for 45 years, so I know what I ordered. They used to be called photo sun lenses because they turn very dark in the light.These, which were not available on the quoted delivery date, are more like what they used to call photo gray lenses, because they barely darken at all.I took them back, sat and waited while the clerk went outside with them to see for herself.She came back and announced that they do darken, and acted as if I was crazy. "They aren't going to get DARK dark."That's funny, because the ones I got elsewhere last year did.We spend a lot of money at Sam's, and I like shopping there, but their optical service is lousy.I gave them 2 stars because they at least got the prescription right.
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09/03/2016
By: Alexis M.
Faith in a Flash Photography
He is an amazing photographer that puts a lot of thought into each picture. He really knows his stuff. He doesn't do filter edits on pictures, but I think that really helps you appreciate how good the pictures are. All of the pictures come on a CD and it's really worth having someone take your pictures and you can just sit back and relax during your event. I will definitely be going back.
11/18/2007
By: slothcat67
Hastings Entertainment
This is the best place to go to "Discover your Entertainment"!Great selection of dvd's & they will special order what they don't have in stock!! Try the coffee at the cafe - mmmm!
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01/21/2017
By: Noemi V.
Ramirez Cake Shop
I hate to see you go my friend. Thanks for the time I did get to enjoy your delicious and beautiful baking. Hope you get well soon.
11/28/2015
By: james.adams.7587
Green's Grocery & Cafe
Great place to run in a grab something. They have an AWESOME selection of meat in their market and make your salad to go!
07/06/2016
By: Emery C.
Dollar General
Good Staff . .
11/15/2007
By: slothcat67
H-E-B
Great food - great service! My favorite place to shop - wish they were still a 24 hour store though!
12/24/2014
By: Juanmiguel S.
Super Mercado
Great app, really helps out when looking up a business
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