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John Pulley
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Lived in Searcy, AR
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    Business Development Manager, 2008 - present
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Searcy, AR - Russellville, AR - Rose Bud, AR - Danville, VA - Memphis, TN - Natchez, MS - North Little Rock, AR - Plano, TX - Dallas, TX - Wynne, AR
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    Music Education, 1989 - 1990
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It takes a lot for a negative review for me ... but this place has done it. 1) Don't order online and expect to use the deals they advertise on the site to be honored. You'll select a coupon and then their site comes up with a message that this store doesn't honor this deal. Ridiculous to be a franchise of a chain and not use their coupons. Never experienced this at any other Pizza Hut in literally decades of ordering from them. 2) My pizza tonight was delivered 13 minutes late. I realize that this is quite a difficult pizza to make - a thin 'n crispy with a pork sausage topping, but to have it delivered late (2nd time in the past week) is unacceptable. 3) I called to speak with the manager about my order. When he got on the phone tonight, he didn't introduce or identify himself. When I told him that I had an order in the past week delivered over 20 minutes late and that mine is late tonight by 10 minutes. He informed me that my pizza left the store 10 minutes ago. "There were - 1, 2, 3, 4 orders ahead of yours and that's probably why it's late." No it's not. It was late again because the manager of this store doesn't know how to do what his title implies. When I told him that I wanted to cancel the order, he said it'll be there in a minute. Then, finally, I'm sorry. A word of advice for the manager I spoke with - people will forgive a screw up most of the time when you do two things - Don't make excuses (own your mistakes) and Do whatever it takes to make it right quickly. Not even a discount offered or anything whatsoever for the inconvenience. But if you don't care to do anything about your screw up, I don't care to order from you anymore.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Anticipating my morning delicacy, I approached the window with great joy. I was greeted from the speaker not by a person but by a robotic recording (which was not nearly as sexy as Siri) trying to suggestive sell me something I have no interest in purchasing. "Would you like to try ..." I said no. I then ordered a Sausage, Egg, and Cheese biscuit and a large Diet Coke (trying to keep healthy by keeping my calories down you know) with no ice. "You want a Sausage Egg Cheese biscuit" Now it's early, so I can ignore the missing conjunction here. "Anything else" Well, if you had actually listened to me, you would have known that I literally just said a large diet coke with no ice. However, you didn't. So I repeated myself. She followed this with, "You want a large coke with light ice." I suppose a volume control is missing from her headphones ... but I digress. So I repeated myself for the 3rd time - slowly and louder. "Pull up." Pull up? Unless I'm making my annual visit to the gym and working with a trainer I hired to punish my body by forcing me to do chin ups or waking up from a power nap while piloting a plane, I don't care to hear the phrase pull up. I get to the window. No greeting - even robot McDonald's said good morning. Just a hand extended to get payment. She disappeared into the bowels of the building only to return (again with no greeting) to hand me my receipt and card back. Suffice it to say that I was (not) shocked when she handed me the drink with ice in it. In her defense it was light ice - but not what I had repeated literally 3 times when placing my order. I told her that I asked for no ice. With a look of disdain, she grabbed my cup, ripped the lid off, poured out the contents of my cup with all the gentleness exhibited by a bull in a china cabinet, and filled my cup (sans ice) back up with the requested libation. So I get my bag and am on my way. In front of the store, I reached in ... finally able to enjoy my most devoured breakfast - a McDonald's Sausage, Egg, and Cheese biscuit. What to my wondering eyes didn't appear - a napkin. So I go back through the line and get to the window. She pulled open the window and looked at me. Not "what is wrong" or "how can I help" ... just a stare. I didn't get a napkin with my order. No I'm sorry ... just a closed window. She returned with enough napkins to wipe down a baby elephant after a bath. A bit of overkill, but at least I won't need to buy napkins for a month. So again I get to the front of the building and pulled out (not up) my biscuit. At this point, I'm less than joyful to discover the BACON, egg, cheese biscuit (conjunction left out to be consistent with the lingo). Returning to the window, I let her know that this was not right either. By the way - I wasn't rude to her but not full of Christmas morning cheer either. She then returned from the bowels of McDonald's with my order. Well it was technically my order (minus the conjunction I would have used). Nothing like a cold sausage, egg, cheese biscuit after 3 pull ups.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I am currently in this theater. This is a terrible experience. We ordered 2 drinks and a popcorn and it took over 30 minutes to get them. In the mean time we had three different servers bring by drinks that were not right. The aisles where the servers deliver food are super thin. The worst part is that they have a bar behind the chairs. So there is no leg room and you cannot scoot the chair back to be comfortable. Even then the servers have to say excuse me every time they pass because the aisle is that small. I will see what they do about charging us for the drinks and popcorn but even if they don't charge us I will never be back. It was that bad.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This pizza had the potential to be exceptional. I could tell the ingredients were probably good when they were hot and fresh. However, the pizza arrived lukewarm - more luke than warm for sure. I would try them again, but I wouldn't order delivery.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Called in to get my door unlocked on my Lexus RX300. I didn't get any run around about $29 to come plus whatever they charge when they get there. The other two places said that it would be that and that the cost would be determined based on what tools needed to be used. I mean what kind of "expert" can't tell you what it will take to open the lock on your car. Daniel was here within 15 minutes of me placing the call and had my door open in 2 minutes. I was quoted $60 and I paid $60. Highly recommended to anyone that needs a locksmith!!!
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Not sure what happened last night with this restaurant, but an hour and 30 minutes after we sat down, our food was still not at our table. Our server was trying his best with us, but we were hungry and frustrated. I found the manager and told him that I understand that they're busy but that this was unacceptable. He came to the table and spoke with us, and we told him to just cancel the order. He said are you sure? I'll get this right out. So we did. I was pleasantly surprised when our check came that we were not charged for the food. This was a great atmosphere and the manager and server are the only reason that this is not a 1 star rating. Perhaps I'll give them another shot. Kudos to the manager for taking care of the bill. That was good business.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago