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06/01/2017
By: Faith C.
Ally Lynn fitness
I had the most fun being tortured and worked by Ally! By far the best experience with a trainer I have ever had!
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10/07/2016
By: Tyrrell H.
The Branch At Medical Center
The branch has been good to me while my 2 year stay thus far. Sunny the prop Manager is wonderful and does truly try to assist any matters she may be able to resolve. It's going through a lot of renovations right now so if you just expect that . Other than that its good! I recommend and can't beat price... no crime or hobos or I'll activittt here
07/18/2016
By: Katherine M.
Team Strong Supplements and Nutrition
I have had nothing but an outstanding experience with Louie and Adina wether it was with SA strong or with their new business Team Strong!.From day one they have been totally professional and they truly care about their customers/clients health and transformations..They will always take the time to take you step by step to your goals and help you pick out the diet,supplements and workout that is tailor made for you!..That being said,I think it is very unprofessional to get on here and try to badmouth and slander people who have nothing but helped the community in achieving a healthy life style with humbleness and knowledge..If what you truly claim @Edward M is true then they would have already been arrested and facing charges!..What you are saying is nothing but words and that means nothing in a court of law!...Actions speak louder than words and the only actions Louie and Adina have shown myself and the community are the actions of great people who care and are committed to us!
07/15/2016
By: Rene C.
Team Strong Supplements and Nutrition
The folks with team strong are great. I highly recommend they to anyone. No matter what your goal is they'll get you there.
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09/23/2015
By: Vickie anderson A.
Texas Weight Loss Center
I enjoy coming here. The staff is nice and they do not judge. Will tell anyone about this place.
09/23/2015
By: Tanya A.
Texas Weight Loss Center
Omg I love twc... I lost 11 lbs my first week. I would recommend this to anyone.
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06/18/2015
By: Joyce M.
Star Beauty Mart
On last Saturday a friend and I walked in the store about five to ten minutes before closing. I was going in for and eye pencil but wanted my friend to see the store I was raving about. Before we got three steps in, we heard a voice that said "Do you ladies know what you want? We looked around to see who was speaking because there were too young women standing there whose looked embarrassed. As I headed for the pencils, she repeated it adamantly. I told her yes I knew what I wanted. She responded, cause if its a wig or hair or anything else, we're not doing that. I stopped and informed her that I didn't appreciate that greeting. There as a better way to entreat customers. She became sarcastic, condescending, and the downright rude and patronizing. I informed her that she should remember that she works for someone else and I'm sure he would not want his patronage insulted. She said she was the manager. Heavyset African American woman. I told her that this is exactly what happens when we get an ounce of authority...we abuse it and moreso each other. Plantation mentality. Body language, tone, demeanor all wreaked of arrogance and ghetto mentality. The store is amazing, but I will not spend one DIME in a place where I'm not entreated as a valued customer! I'm appealing to the community especially those who make others rich because we wear hair that doesn't belong to us as well as nails. Please make a note if you are only valued for your money. The lady with me was disabled, embarrassed, and appalled. She just reminded me of it today and asked that I remember to post a review. I give it one star for the products, none for customer service based on this day alone. I will return to speak to the owner. If he supports her behavior, I will make the public aware in a much more profound manner. The problem is you NEVER know who the person is you're serving.
04/14/2015
By: Cit M.
Medical Weight Loss Today
Great little jewel. I loved the atmosphere, very charming. Was in and out. Dr is very knowledgeable.
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04/10/2015
By: Charlotte R.
Texas Weight Loss Center
Friendly staff, effective results and a supportive team of professionals to help you each step of the way
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03/25/2015
By: Jamirah V.
The Branch At Medical Center
Now is not the time to move into this complex. Under new management and it's all about raising rent. New owner is a big player in buying and selling complexes. Long time tenant that has lived through the good and bad here. The bad is, no insulation. Neighbors will literally drive you crazy just walking around. If you live underneath people with pets, you'll hear every step a little puppy takes. If you have music lover neighbors, you will slowly go crazy. The problems here aren't associated with owners, it's in the passage of time, deteriorating insulation, ac compressors and commodes and whatnot that have lived their lifetimes and need to be replaced. If you nest up on the 3rd floor, you're looking at double what a normal cps bill would run. All long time tenants I know are getting out, as i am very soon.
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