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Tom Gorman
Works at Las Vegas Sun
Attended California State University, Fullerton
Lives in Henderson, NV
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  • California State University, Fullerton
    1969 - 1973
  • Laguna Beach H.S.
    1965 - 1969
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  • Las Vegas Sun
    a senior editor, 2005 - present
  • Los Angeles Times
    reporter->natl correspondent -> metro editor, 1973 - 2005
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Henderson, NV
Laguna Hills, CA - Escondido, CA - Garden Grove, CA - Fullerton, CA - Laguna Beach, CA - Leawood, KS
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very good service, most important! the repairman was on time, called to let me know he was on his way. he explained costs and operation to me clearly and with patience. he was very nice in general. I didn't like the expense but who does. it seemed reasonable for the parts needed and he was quick and knowlegable about his product and services. i would highly recommend this company.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
This restaurant had long been a favorite of ours until our last visit. The food was consistently great, as always, and the service was attentive. I placed a coupon on the table so we wouldn't forget to use it and at some point during the meal, a wait person picked it up (by mistake or not, I'm not sure). We got our bill and there was no coupon discount. We asked the manager why not, and she said we hadn't presented one. We showed her the full coupon, with the dinner-time coupon torn out and the lunch coupon remaining. Her attitude was unbending and we were stunned. We were told that without proof of the actual coupon for their paperwork, there was no way to discount our meal. You mean there's not even a manager's override on the cash register? Nope, she said. What if it had been a bad meal and you had agreed to discount it? Isn't there an override for that sort of circumstance? She shrugged and walked off. Our mouths dropped. To save themselves $9.99, they've lost two long-standing customers.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
3 reviews