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And productivity in the IT world drops... thanks Bioware.
One of my favorite games of all time is the sprawling Advanced Dungeons & Dragons based RPG, Baldur's Gate II. Featuring over 200+ hours of content, the game sees your character raised from a ...
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Most dealerships use their website and 'internet sales' departments as nothing more than lead generators. They don't want to discuss business or numbers electronically they just want to get you to the dealership to work the common car sales tactics in order to make a sale. Out of 7 dealerships contacted KIA of LaGrange worked with me to put a deal in place that put me in the driver seat as well as the party that had to be the most trusted as the entire deal was dependent on my honestly regarding my own credit and condition of my trade-in. So if the deal wasn't want I wanted it was all my own fault, they had put everything in place for a great deal. They even worked with me to find the right car electronically. I was set on certain features so I was looking at a specific trim level, once they realized what I was really looking for they found me a car on the lot that wasn't even in the system yet that had everything I needed. They sent me photos on the spot and details for any inquiry I made. Once we hammered it out I made the 40 mile ride to their dealership, in about two hours I was riding home in my new car paying EXACTLY what we had agreed too without me EVER having to set foot on the showroom floor. It was the BEST car buying experience so much so that my wife has decided when she is ready for a new car we will be going back to KIA of LaGrange. There are a lot of dealerships that say they want to treat you like family, KIA of LaGrange is the first to make me feel that way without saying it.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Domino's has upped its game and this location is definitely on point in regards to orders. The one mistake they made on an order for us they remedy immediately and graciously. We order from here or a local Mom & Pop, everything else is pretty awful.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
For around $20 for Lunch or $30 for Dinner this place isn't a bad little buffet. Clean, polite, and often family oriented in service.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
Not your typical DQ. Clean, friendly, and well prepared food. A notch above other DQ's and miles ahead of most the competition.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
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This was our first stay at the Villas and it was excellent. The facility is in good shape although has some age, the condo units are owned and rented through various providers ours was the Jekyll Island Realty Company. For the price the place was perfect for a family of four looking to have a low key get away without any specific agenda. There is a restaurant on site but it is definitely not a steakhouse, but is a reasonably priced and delicious place to eat on the island. You will see many many locals come here as they know the food and price are spot on. As a renting party and not a Hotel guest we did not receive any services offered by the hotel such as maid service or any front desk assistance so I gave them a 1 as the staff we did encounter and ask questions of were friendly and helpful.
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Quality: ExcellentFacilities: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The food is good. It's nothing amazingly awesome (except the tamale sauce) but it's good and priced just right. The service is friendly and fast, cause well it's a family operation! A true Mom & Pop place and the best Mexican food on HWY 74!
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
Was not expecting this place to be a really fancy and well to do restaurant. Inside are tanks for fresh preparation of authentic Chinese dishes. The menu has at least three languages on it, and separates authentic and American-style Chinese dishes with clear labeling. The service does have a slight language barrier but makes up for this with friendliness and enthusiasm! Tables are large family affairs with big lazy-susans (rotating circle platforms in the middle of the table) more suited to a group ordering and sharing several dishes or Dim Sum. This is a very group oriented dining experience versus the individual meal consumption. Prices are from moderate to very expensive for some of the more exotic and authentic dishes. Highly recommend giving it a try!
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago