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04/17/2015
By: Jay M.
Clarkes Jewelers
Hi Ted, I would love the opportunity to discuss your negative experience, as I do not have a specific scenario to correct. As Clarkes Jewelers CEO, I personally oversee our daily meetings which are always focused on our brand promise which puts customer service as the highest priority. Please contact me promptly and I'll take care of ANY situation, give me a chance!I appreciate the compliment on my late Grandfather, Gene Clarke. He was truly a wonderful family man, business man, and I know he would be beyond impressed by the Clarkes of today.Thank you again for sharing your experience, and feel free to contact me anytime at 865-5658, or email me at jay@clarkesjewelers.com to discuss your issue, as you did not leave your complete name,or any specific scenario to remember an interaction from. Otherwise, I would proactively contact you to inquire about your customer service complaint, as well as the perception of my entire staff in general.For anyone reading, I hope you find my response as intented, to make all readers aware we are a 85 year old locally owned and operated company in which any complaints are taken seriously, and I will personally take any means necessary to correct. Check out our stellar BBB rating, and stay up to date on the most current positive reviews on our Facebook page :)
11/09/2013
By: instructors
Black Cypress Consultants
When I needed CPR certification in Shreveport for my job, I couldn't find anybody when I looked except Black Cypress Consultants, They have 4 certified CPR and First Aid Instructors and teach Shreveport CPR classes 6 days a week, They did my class on A Saturday and I didn't even have to take off work !! Thanks Black Cypress Consultants.
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03/22/2016
By: Peter M.
Stephen Miller Fine Jewelry, Inc.
Clay Scott is THE BEST jeweler in town! Not only is he wonderful at custom jewelry, but he is hands on with you at all times!! Anything from handcrafting a precious piece that has been passed down or just wanting a different piece that you won't find anywhere in town! HE IS YOUR JEWELER!
02/05/2017
By: Kerri W.
Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry
Lee Michaels is the ONLY place we will shop for fine jewelry! Robby Swan is the best and most efficient sales representative we have ever dealt with!
04/07/2011
By: dianeiverson1973
Chronicles of Numbers, LLC
Love the atmosphere within the company. The employees are wonderful.
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Yes. Plans for how the work site will be cleaned at the end of each day as well as at the conclusion of work need to be put in writing. An experienced general contractor should make every effort to keep the workspace clean and prevent dirtying or damaging any other area. Even so, talk with the contractor about the daily schedule, the logistics of transporting workers and equipment, and how cleanup will be handled.

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