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Rene Thompson
Works at Center for Accessible Living
Attended Kentucky Wesleyan College
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71 people
US Uncut's profile photo
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DeAnna Highfield's profile photo
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Freelance Social Media Consultant, Writer, Editor
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  • Center for Accessible Living
    Independent Living Specialist, 2013 - present
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Just a simple Melungeon working to make the world a better place.
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  • Kentucky Wesleyan College
    Sociology - BA
  • Western Kentucky University
    Sociology - MA (All but thesis done)
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I don't have much respect for this hotel based on its managements' behavior. When a local minister explained in detail that he wanted to pay for homeless family to spend Christmas indoors, they, at first, agreed. They then backed out, after the family had been given the voucher claiming that they had issues with security. First of all, that's unethical. You make an agreement, you stand buy it. Second, it's prejudicial. They had no reason to claim that any member of this family would sexually attack someone. They are suggesting that just because people are poor that they are criminal even though they have respected members of the community not only vouching for them, but providing the financing for the evening. Third, it's atrocious business practices. Beyond, it being unethical, it's amazingly bad PR. "Let's act like Scrooge and renege on a business contract at the last minute which forces a homeless family to literally be out in the cold on Christmas." Instead of going through with the agreement and wallowing in the glow of free good publicity, they shot themselves in the foot and have garnered for themselves bad publicity which will cost them individual reservations, group reservations and the respect of other businesses who will have to wonder if they make a habit out of backing out of business contracts at the last minute. Whoever made this decision needs to go back to business school and also consider joining the human race.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Was very impressed with salesperson, Diane Bickers. Very friendly and knew her merchandise. I have no problem recommending them to friends.
Quality: Very GoodAppeal: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
3 reviews
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Many younger people may not know that the road that the clinic sits upon was named after Holdenville's beloved Dr. Royce McDougal. Dr. McDougal always teased that because I was premature, I had cheated him out of a duck hunting trip. Though he hadn't seen me since I was a baby, when I went to his office and presented him with a wodden duck lure, he immediately grinned and called me by name. Now that I think about it, it says more about his love of duck-hunting than his recall of patients. LOL
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Public - 7 years ago
reviewed 7 years ago