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Stephen Helwig
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Worst parking job ever.
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That would probably be me... I haven't attempted a parallel park in 8 years and I only did it a couple because my Dad told me I had to.

On another note, I think I heard a familiar voice in the background.
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Brings back memories.
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That was a pretty good ad.... too bad the product they are advertising for sucks
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One of the most well written, fair, and concise tech reviews I've read in a long time.
 
Can an iPhone-loving Apple fangirl survive using Windows Phone 8 for 10 days? The answer is a resounding yes.

+Christina Warren's Living With Lumia challenge has come to an end and she shares her final thoughts about Nokia’s Lumia 920, Windows Phone 8 and the future of the platform. #windowsphone8  
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Terrible website and payment services. Poor billing, leading to lost or missed bills. No accountability. Basically can just require a deposit when they are at fault and you have no avenue to dispute it.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Short Story: Honesty, integrity, courtesy, expedience. Those are the words I would use to describe dealing with Roswell Mitsubishi. I highly recommend them in all areas, from response time to requests from information over the internet, all the way up to speed of financing. Best dealership experience I've ever had. Long Story: I contacted Roswell Mitsubishi after perusing their website and seeing some cars that I was interested in. I used the E-Price feature and requested that they quote the car with price, tax, tags, fees, etc. No "Your payment can be this much", foolishness. To my surprise they responded exactly as I requested. I went back and forth for about a week, on different cars that I was interested in, and they were also quick to respond and respectful. Finally my wife and I narrowed it down to one car and emailed them for a quote with the VIN number posted on their website. I received a quote as expected. After a few emails negotiating on price we reached a conclusion. I responded that the price was acceptable and I would be in that afternoon to test drive and purchase. When we arrived, my wife and I were greeted by the salesperson. We asked if we could see the car and he took us to a car waiting out front, but it was not the car we agreed on. At this point I assumed that this would be the typical dealer experience. My wife and I looked at the car and informed him that this car was fine, but it was missing some of the features of the other car he quoted us. He said he would go inside and search their inventory and see what he could find. He encouraged us to look around the lot while he was searching. My wife and I walked the lot and happened to find, in the very back of the lot behind about 15 cars, the vehicle on which we had received a quote and agreed upon a price. At this point I was pretty ticked. It seemed like blatant manipulation, the typical dealer bait and switch. I walked inside and the salesperson was talking to the GM. I walked over ready to give them a piece of my mind, and he turned to me and said, we found the car in the inventory list, I'll be with you shortly. He came over and told me that the car I was looking at was quoted incorrectly, and that he thought he was quoting the price for the car out front he initially showed us. I showed him the emails that I printed and bought, showing that I requested the specific quote for the VIN number that matched the car in the back. The difference in the VIN's happened to only be the final 4 digits. I told them they had 15 minutes to figure it out, and I walked outside. What came next was the most surprising. A few minutes later the salesperson and the GM walked outside where my wife and I were waiting, looked me in the eye and said, that it was their fault. If you've ever dealt with a dealership before, them taking responsibility for things that are even their mistake isn't necessarily a given. They proceeded to go to the back, move 5 cars in the rain, just so they could pull out the specific car we wanted. They detailed it, got it ready, and sold us the car for the agreed upon price. Not only that, but they even gave me a loyalty rebate as a current Mitsubishi owner, something they brought up to me. They also, gave us good value on our trade-in, beating the terrible quote we got from Carmax. On top of all that, the financing person was extremely quick, and gave us a better rate than I was approved for by the credit union. They were straightforward and honest throughout the process. I can easily say that this was the best dealership experience I or my wife have ever had. I commend the staff of Roswell Mitsubishi for operating the way a respectable business should, instead of the way we have become all too familiar with from most dealerships.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
I really enjoy this course. I am new to golf and only recently started playing this year, so I haven't had a chance to play many courses, but have played City Club four times between May 2015 - August 2015. The course is beautiful and challenging. However recently the greens have taken a turn for the worse. Many of them, especially on the front 9 are un-puttable. The prices for a round are also quite high, especially when you consider current conditions of the greens.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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Great little course. Lots of Par 3's to work on Irons. Greens are in very good condition. Overall a fun course to play.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
How can you rate something 0 stars. This is the worst company I have ever had to deal with.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago