Me and my kids went to the warehouse market (12920 E 31st StTulsa, OK 74134) yesterday 7pm, April the 20th 2009, and I only have 16.50$ in my pocket, I am separated with 2 kids, and last payday April 10th, my husband did not give me any money to pay my rent and utility bills that means no money for groceries either and I don't have a job, I tried to find a job but noone hire me because I have to be flexible when it comes to my schedule and I don't know if I can do that since I am by myself living with my 4 years old son and 11 years old daughter. So We went to the warehouse market with only 16.50$, at the cashier, although I tried to find the cheapest food I still totalled 19.97$ so I told the cashier (His name is LUKE) to take some out, and I was surprised because he told me He got it, I was speechless, first I really need the food until friday the 24th of april that's the next payday of my husband, hopefully he give me some money this time. 2nd for almost 2 years here in Oklahoma I have not met someone that work in a store that would pay for stuff, because I know they don't get paid that much. So I am really really thankful to this guy, I called the manager to let him know about it, but still I want to write this for appreciation, from helping us and showing a good example to my kids.
Ran in today, Saturday, about 1 PM looking for items I use to find at WF. Needed some dried veggies like corn, carrots, etc for a soup mix. No such thing anymore in packaged or bulk foods. Went to meets looking for chicken breasts encrusted w/pecans, pistachios, Parmesan, etc. They had none. The last 3 times I looked for. Caesar salad cheese blend and there was none every time. Decided to get fresh juice bar drinks, have then done while I finished shopping. Waited several minutes for the employee working behind the counter to acknowledge me. She did not, kept working. O finally asked if I could order two "Kale Yeahs". Still no acknowledgement. Another employee came up to the count yet with fresh produce, smiled said hi, asked how I was. First employee still didn't a knowledge me. Finally after another 2-3 minutes she looked up and asked if she could help me. I said, "didn't you hear me ask for two Kale Yeahs a few minutes ago?" Her response, " you have to go down to the end of the counter and pay first. I'll be down there in a minute." I told her to forget it and left without doing any shopping. I have had it w/WF. Only Nafural Grocers from now on.
After my motorbike was stolen, I had no way to and from work besides walking which I did until the heat just became too unbearable, not to mention walking alone at night was unsafe. With very little money saved up, I visited several dealerships only to find lemon after lemon and very unfriendly service. When I arrived at Success Motors, Amer was friendly and offered my friend and I water and a cold room to relax in while we talked about the available vehicles in my price range. He put me into a very nice, dependable vehicle which I am so grateful to have. Amer worked with my budget and was very patient, as this was my first time buying a car from a dealership and I did not know what to expect. 5 stars to Amer and Success Motors for helping me out tremendously! :)
I came from Oklahoma City to CarPros and it was totally worth it! I was tired of playing the big dealership games: the bait and switch, vehicles advertised online that for some reason always appeared to never be present, the "let me speak to the manager", etc. I had a great experience with CarPros, and got a great vehicle at a great price. Oh yeah, CarPros also does NO DOC FEES, which saves you $500 you would have spent elsewhere. Jerry was very easy to work with and made a deal I felt very confident in. I am so glad I came across CarPros online and came in to purchase a vehicle. I would highly recommend CarPros to anyone who wants a straight-forward and comfortable car buying experience!