The Gideons International in Topeka, Kansas with Reviews - YP.com
  • 1.Gideons International

    1233 SW Saline St

    Topeka,KS

    3.40 mi

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02/27/2015
By: Brenda B.
Auto Acceptance Center Inc
Just bought an F-150 from there. I really liked that they had it checked out before my purchase. I just want to say that they offered me a warranty and I bought it. I read through the other reviews and just want to say that if you purchase a used vehicle, things can happen...always get a warranty!
11/10/2014
By: Anita M.
Doorstep Inc
Doorstep, has an abundant of clothing and provides bread for the community on a regular basis. There is no mistaking that the customer service needs to be GREATLY improved and re-evaluated.
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06/17/2015
By: Achieving C.
Chip Munk - State Farm Insurance Agent
Chip has been our agent since 1988. The office is well run and efficient. They know our account well and everyone in the office is pleasant and helpful.
07/27/2016
By: Kevin J.
Brandon Aldridge - State Farm Insurance Agent
I have been doing business with State Farm for years and they are always professional and quick to assist me and my family with our needs
11/23/2012
By: steve.m.
Auto Acceptance Center Inc
Great people... Great selection.. Great prices... Thank you auto acceptance center for helping me when know one else would....
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08/27/2015
By: Verna V.
American Family Insurance - Peter Bellucci Agency, Inc.
Awesome Agent! Great rates and excellant service!
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