I love my books and love to collect old history books. Some of them are not always the best of shape, and these folks do a great job at repairing them for me. They are reasonable in prices and prompt in service.
I often travel to Tulsa for business and routinely stay at this location. The rooms are comfortable, there is plenty of parking, and the fitness center is well equipped. The breakfast buffet is perfect, and the guest rooms are really rather large.
I am not the best golfer, but I do like to play. This course is a public course--so the green fees are reasonable. The grounds are VERY well maintained and the club shop has a nice selection of clothing and clubs. The club cafe also is a fun place to hang out before or after a round.
I drive a Mustang and this is where I got mine. The staff did not use high pressure; they just showed my cars and gave me the options. I always felt like I was treated fairly. The repair facility is top notch...timely...easy to recommend these folks....
I have never been a fan of Wal Mart. Their front-line staffing always seems a bit inadequate; simply put, there are never enough cashiers. Their prices are good but this store does not seem clean. With some effort to improve customer service and improve the cleanliness of the store, it would have potential.
Crest is a local phenomenon. They have better grocery prices than any of the major chains and they are ALWAYS busy. They have plenty of parking and this 24-7 location is always there if you need them. Take your coupons and save even more....
This local hardware store is incredibly cramped. They don't have lumber supplies and little to no gardening supplies. Their floor space is so cramped that they have just the basic items and not a wide selection. The staff try to be helpful but there stock is just not competitive.
My parents have their home in Harrah and dad asks for help alot on repairs. So, I use this local store alot for supplies. The staff are friendly and helpful but the selection and range of products is just inadequate. The prices also tend to be a bit expensive. But, it usually beats driving into the metro to get something.
This small town newspaper prints a interesting paper. It is full of local events and the community calendar is useful to make sure you don't foget important local happenings. The price is reasonable and it has good fun stories about local people...not just a paper full of bad news.
As I get older, staying in shape is important. A good game of tennis or raquetball at this place helps me keep in shape. A friend and i often compete here and the facilities are top notch.