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Anthony Leger
Lives in Commerce Township, MI
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Fantastic. Dr. Bordeau is one of a kind. I've been going to Acuity since I move to MI 5 years ago and it's always been a joy. Few optometrists care as much as Dr. B does. A pleasant store front, neat and clean, a professional but relaxed atmosphere make each and every eye exam stress free. Give Acuity and Dr. Bordeau a try, your eyes will definitely thank you!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Staff does not listen. Specifically wanted to try a different brand of arrows in the same general range as the one I had been shooting. Told why I wanted that level of arrow (still learning, losing and breaking arrows outdoors for 3D) and would listen to suggestions. Kept pushing $150+ arrows on me. Said if my bow was tuned properly I'd not lose break so many. Brought bow in, and they tried to tell me my 8 month old Bowtech was junk and tried to sell me a new bow too! Won't ever do business with again and have gone to other actual bow shops (no big box stores). In summary, they don't listen and if it's not a brand they sell it's junk. Not a good way to do business.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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I've been going to the Novi Teavan for about 4 years now. They started my journey into teas other than those that come in little filter bags with strongs attached and are sold in boxes. Those first 2 years were fantastic. I learned about and experienced many teas I'd never have even thought of drinking. Two of my favorite employees left. One to manage a store down south and the other to manage a store in Canton (I think). Either way, they left and the service dropped a little, but was still okay. A few months ago I stopped in (after having been ordering my tea online) to try some new teas and the service was simply "okay". Lately I've had this thing for Chai Tea so I went to the Novi store to have some chai brewed for me before I bought it. What a terrible time that was. First, with more employees than customers you'd expect the level of service to be higher. Wrong. Second, with said expectations being a little higher when I asked for a cup of chai brewed you would expect the normal battery of questions in regards to which chai, sugar or no, etc. I received my cup of chai and it was pretty tasty but it seemed rather sweet so I turned and asked if they put anything in it other than the tea like honey, the woman said yes she put sugar in it (which she never asked if I wanted). I promptly asked for a new cup and they apologized and made a new one. Happy with the flavor, I decided to buy a couple ounces for home. I'm looking right at the tin which I thought was the tea I was drinking and they pulled out 2 completely different tins to my confusion. As it turns out, there are a few different chai teas that Teavana sells of which I didn't know until that moment. So I said sure, I'll buy the one I'm drinking, give me the minimum 2 ounces which was answered with "sorry, it's 4 ounces because it's a blend. You need to buy 2 ounces of each." Okay, then give me 2 ounces of the one I thought I was getting that wasn't a blend. "Are you sure, that's not the one you are drinking." Yes I'm sure, I want the one I'm not drinking since that's the one I thought I was drinking because no one took the time in their not so busy paid to work time to educate me on the different varieties of chai tea Teavana sells. I bought 2 ounces of the chai I wanted that wasn't a blend and left the store for the last time. I won't be back and with the amount of loose teas online and through other retail vendors in the area, I'll have no problems getting my tea fix. I know I'm not their only customer, but a $50ish a month order almost like clockwork isn't a small thing (that's just tea and not any whimsical other purchases). Thanks for the steepings Teavana and good luck!
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago