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By: Denise C.
SAS Shoes
The gals were very knowledgeable, helpful and personable as well as honest. Thank you ladies for being special people. You are appreciated.
By: Elizabeth W.
Lifeline Oxygen Bar
Refreshing and pretty out there. If you wanna try something new, go for it. I mean, it's an oxygen bar!
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By: Martha P.
SAS Shoes
I recently purchased three pairs of shoes here. I just have to say that this was one of the most pleasant "shoe buys" I've ever made. The staff is super helpful and knowledgeable and the shoes fit better than any others I've owned. Thanks so much for great service and a great product.
By: Al V.
Hanger Clinic: Prosthetics & Orthotics
waited almost three months for them to complete my shoes. In the end i turned out they ordered the WRONG colored shoes and promised to replace them. When new ones came in the wanted to charge me again for their mistake claiming it would come out of their pocket otherwise. horrible company with no ethics,
By: Gary B.
Lifeline Oxygen Bar
Breathing flavored oxygen makes you feel great and we also sell canned oxygen to take to your workouts or sporting events
By: i-m--management
Wall Family Chiropractic Center
This place really rocks and always gives great service, I mean a 1 hour Massage for less than 60 bucks that's crazy.
By: bodhitharta
Wall Family Chiropractic Center
Doctor Wall is just a really great Chiropractor and the atmosphere is great for adults and children. Plus they have Massage Therapy there also and Lisa is really wonderful
By: shane_or_sean
Be careful at this place!! I went in and got fitted for some shoes. The staff member insisted that I needed a smaller size. I said if its too small it will cause problems. She insisted that I needed a smaller size; I listened to her.... BIG MISTAKE. The shoes gave me a corn and because I wore them they won't return them!! Anybody need a pair of $110 sauconys?
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