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Comment Archives: Locations: Shopping

Re: “Donna Van Gogh's Artists' Market

We didn't love them enough! They're closing at the end of Sept. 2014.

Posted by allyanaz on 09/06/2014 at 2:49 PM

Re: “My Friend's Growler Shop

Fantastic selection. Frequently rotating beers. Friendly, knowledgeable staff. Could you ask for more? Well, maybe free beer ;-)

Posted by kilgoreq on 08/28/2014 at 3:26 AM

Re: “Adidas Sport Performance Store

This is very useful information shared here. Thank you for sharing it.

Posted by Anjali Sharma on 08/27/2014 at 7:54 AM

Re: “South Terraces Conference Center

Hi, our meetings are the last TUESDAY of every month. Can you correct?

Posted by DianeLoupe on 08/19/2014 at 10:33 AM

Re: “Wax Atlanta

See Misty! She's patient, gentle, friendly and great at her job! Love my brows! <3

Posted by ioblue on 08/10/2014 at 10:08 AM

Re: “Rondo Distributing Co.

I just left this store after Mike (at least that's what he said his name was) asked me to leave and he assaulted me. I had my pocket book on the counter with an envelope under it. He called me an ignorant bitch, grabbed the envelope and shoved it at me. The situation got heated after I asked to speak with another sales person because he got impatient. After he said no buy something or get out. I wasn't sure if he was being disrespectful because I was black or a woman. I think he needs to relocate. I wonder how many people he acted this way with that didn't want to take time out for all this negativity. Well, he got me on the wrong day. I have already called the Mayors Office, City Councilman Hall and the Better Business Bureau. I was knocked off my feet when I read his reviews.

1 like, 1 dislike
Posted by Patricia Sauls on 08/06/2014 at 10:49 AM

Re: “Dakota J's

I haven't done too much boutique shopping, but I LOVE this one. The jewelry is amazing, there's SO MUCH of it. The clothes could definitely work for a wide range of people. It's an adorable little store and the woman who helped me at the cash register was super sweet.

Posted by Emily J. on 07/29/2014 at 6:54 PM

Re: “Dakota J's

This is my favorite boutique in Virginia Highlands. I bought a skirt and pants on my last shopping trip to this charming place and I get compliments every time I wear them. Prices are great and the employees including the Owner, Terri Hill are fantastic. Must stop when you are looking for something unique!

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Posted by Lydia Anderson on 07/29/2014 at 5:55 PM

Re: “Adrene Boutique

Adrene is unique and fun to shop with!

Posted by starzetta on 07/22/2014 at 8:28 PM

Re: “Highland Pet Supply

love this place!

Posted by tbar on 07/08/2014 at 10:11 PM

Re: “Beatlab

Old Atlanta underground music 'more dusty' crew. I love these guys and respect them for not giving up on their vision. Please Support this company and their divine selection of vinyl and equipment.

Posted by theATLBelle on 07/08/2014 at 10:05 AM

Re: “Salon Skanda

Great salon

Posted by on 07/06/2014 at 10:47 PM

Re: “Endive Fine Catering

Elegantly fine catering set to impress the most discerning palates. Delightfully delicious fare with stimulating visual effects. Professionalism of the staff is beyond reproach. Your guests will be satisfied and talking for years about your event and how elegant and delicious the food was.

Posted by OwenComeaux on 07/03/2014 at 7:14 AM

Re: “BookLogix Publishing Services

Ahmad Meradji and his team at Booklogix were absolutely indispensable in getting my first book, Stand in the HEAT, to market. I was clueless before meeting Ahmad and he held my hand the entire way. I ended up with a book that has been highly successful and marketable. I look forward to working with Booklogix again on my second book, Unleash Your Inner Entrepreneur!

Posted by Glenn C on 05/27/2014 at 4:15 PM

Re: “BookLogix Publishing Services

When I finished writing my book, The Original MBA - Succeed in Business Using Mom's Best Advice, I didn't know where to go to publish it. I checked out the online resources, but couldn't talk to a human being to get my questions answered. The woman who did the print layout and cover artwork suggested I contact Ahmad at Booklogix. I scheduled a 15 minute phone consultation with him and we ended up talking for nearly an hour. His passion for helping authors is palpable and my experience in dealing with them has been wonderful. They were even there when my book won at the Georgia Author of the Year banquet, supporting me. I highly recommend checking out Booklogix for your publishing needs.

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Posted by Sandy Weaver Carman on 05/21/2014 at 11:01 AM

Re: “BookLogix Publishing Services

BookLogix is the most professional, helpful and efficient printer I've come in contact with in years of dealing with printers and publishers of all sizes on projects I was overseeing as well as projects I personally created. At every step of the way, Ahmad, Kash and their staff go the extra mile to make sure everything is done properly and thoroughly. They continue to take such an interest in one enterprise I'm involved in they have offered to help me take it to the next step, introducing me to others who can supply the skills they don't have that I need.

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Posted by Susan S. on 05/20/2014 at 8:31 PM

Re: “BookLogix Publishing Services

I've worked with Booklogix to publish my first book "Finding Your Sweet Spot," and the experience was beyond what I expected. I've been a customer since 2012, and these folks have raised the bar on customer service. As a speaker, I sometimes have short notice speaking requests with book orders; they've never told me "sorry we can't help." They've done whatever needs to be done to get my books delivered on time. Booklogix are a critical part of my business, and I've recommended a number of clients to them.

Kene Iloenyosi
Talent Evangelist
Author, Finding Your Sweet Spot

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Posted by kene72 on 05/19/2014 at 11:06 PM

Re: “Mister HotShine Car Wash

Be careful people. I have been going to cloister car wash since they opened in Ephrata PA and when I moved to Reading PA I started going to the Sinking Spring location. Mr. Hot shine bought Cloister and let me tell you about the company from out of state. They want to come to PA and do business but they do not want to do business correctly. I was there on Saturday just like always with my Dodge Truck. My truck had a nice fiberglass hard tonneu cover on it until one of the car wash brushed got under it and lifted my truck up in the tunnel. My cover is cracked and the aluminum frame that attaches it to my truck was bent up on the passenger side past the cab in height.. I fiqured why get upset it was an accident they will make good for the damage however that is not what they told me. They told me that even though it is part of the truck it was not part of the truck from the assembly line so it is aftermarket. Even though it was installed by the Dodge dealer. So as of right now it is going to cost me 2000.00 for a new hard cover and Mister Hot Shine gets away with not fixing damage. If you have a truck with a hard cover I would not go there. If you have anything aftermarket I would not go there unless you are prepared to fix it yourself if they break it

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Posted by Paul Catanzaro on 05/19/2014 at 7:01 PM

Re: “BookLogix Publishing Services

As a consultant and coach to aspiring authors, it’s important that I partner with the most knowledgeable companies in the self-publishing industry. Booklogix is truly an author advocate, and has helped produce award-winning books for several of my clients. The entire staff understands the intricacies of self-publishing and offers insightful counsel to help first-time and experienced authors make the best decisions about their book publishing projects. They offer personalized service, customized production, speedy printing, and even free workshops to help authors get smart about the publishing industry. In my experience, Booklogix has always over-delivered. With the exponential growth of self-publishing, and the many choices available, authors can rest assured that Booklogix Publshing Services has their best interest at heart.

Anita R. Paul
Author Consultant/Coach
The Write Image/Write Your Life

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Write Your Life on 05/19/2014 at 4:08 PM

Re: “BookLogix Publishing Services

Authors Beware. Booklogix aka Apex Publishing is listed on authors beware and other websites. I was impressed by their original sales presentation yet when I began exploring and talking to book stores in the Atlanta area, I found out they have a less than stellar reputation. They overcharge on ISBN numbers. They have no comprehension of Amazon. They are basically a printer not a publisher. And for anyone looking to print a Christian book, run. The owners are very open that they don't believe in God and look down on us who do.

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Posted by Monica550 on 05/18/2014 at 5:06 PM

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