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06/17/2016
By: lynnrick54
Complete Nutrition
Business answered my call and answered my question thoroughly.... The gentleman I was speaking with was extremely pleasant and invited me into the store. Nice change!
04/18/2016
By: Angela N.
Shearly Marvelous
Wonderful Paul Mitchell salon! I was happy to find this salon my second week in town. Great location and the ladies working here are amazing
04/18/2016
By: Jeb B.
Shearly Marvelous
This place is awesome! Super friendly staff. I was greeted right when I walked in and was made to feel very comfortable. I got just what I was wanting with my hair. Very happy!
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01/30/2016
By: Jessi H.
A Cut Above
I wouldnt reccomend this salon. I walked in and was not even acknowledged until the phone rang five minutes after walking in. I thought ok, maybe thier busy. Yeah, busy hanging out and talking rite there!!... I mean a hello would be nice..Than someone from the back comes up to me and twlls me that thier too busy and shorthanded so they cant help me.... Wow .... Just wow
12/09/2015
By: Patty M.
Shearly Marvelous
The stylists provide expert services and we always walk out thoroughly pleased with the end results! The atmosphere is awesome with a friendly staff!!!
04/05/2015
By: Anonymous ..
The Pumphouse
Their food is great however they are so rude if you just walk in. I called today and the host practically hung up on me, very rude. I will not be coming back, and if I did I'm sure it would be a pain to get a reservation.
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11/25/2014
By: Celina L.
Raven's Family Dining
Always fast delivery and great food. Owners are always nice.
01/21/2014
By: jillian.summerville
Tandora's Shop
Been going there for years!! Hands down the best!!
06/01/2013
By: tkcantu
Color Touch Salon
Linda is awesome. love going there.
01/26/2013
By: audreyiski
The Pumphouse
Order Pecan crusted chicken and the green beans. Sit outside, on the RIVER! (heated or cooled, mosquito free) they had a delightful acoustic guitar player. Great food and atmosphere compensates for the slow service.
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