I was having some work done at my home and I needed to get a place to stay to get away from the construction noise and smell of the materials being used to refurbish my kitchen and bathrooms. I called around the the Select Stay was the only one that had a room available for a couple of nights.
So I checked in and asked for a non-smoking room, later when I returned to the room the gentleman in the room next door must have been a chain smoker it was causing my allergies to act up to the point I was unable to breath, so I called the front desk to see if they could move me to another room. Of course the place as sold out and they informed me that the smoking rooms were on the other side of the hotel so I informed them the smoke smell was coming from the room next door. I stepped out side to get some outside air I felt considerably better and when I returned to my room I found a note letting me know if I continued to be disruptive I would asked to leave.
Needless to say I check out that night and found a room else were on the west side of town. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone, the wireless Internet never worked and truckers and oil field workers that enjoy smoking tend to stay at this hotel.
Betty's Nail room is a small independently owned business that know how to provide personal service and with wonderful, quality results.
I would recommend the services and products this small business has to offer to both men and women. I hope this economy does not destroy a great little gem like Betty's Nail Room. It can not be replaced.
Great place thank you for a great job..
Raffertys has changed ownership several times and its not what it once was. And I wouldn't recommend any of the food there it tasted strange and different. When I brought it up to the waiters they simply shrugged it off needless to say I didn't leave much of a tip. The last time I was there I found bone chips in my hamburger and they just didn't care.
I suggest a short drive to The Promenade Shops at Centerra I found better service and food there..
Sad but true.
I both attended there as a student and worked there for over 20 years. Before the UNC decided to get rid of there state workers and replace them with contract labor from a local temp service it was a wonderful place to work there. When I finally decided to take advantage of their discounted tuition fees for employees was the year they decided to start replacing the state workers with temp or our-sourced workers or what we called 600 hour workers. They basically worked 600 hours then they were laid off. Some were re-hired 90/120 days later. The work place was not the same ever since. I was a student there for 2 years then I transferred to CSU. Wow what a difference. The quality of education was different and the professors were academically qualified but had relevant work experience in the field of study. So I would only consider UNC if you can't afford a better school or save your money until you can attend a real University. My Study is CIS/CS in the school of business and science.
I had a sales representative visit my shop and offered to provide printing services for my company. I thought I give them a try what a mistake. We went round and round with what I wanted it was all there in the electronic file I sent them. But for what ever reason they could never get the color right or proper alignment of the text and images.
When it was all said and done I spent three time more than I would have at my usual print shop. I wouldn't recommend them for short and fast print runs. They seem to be set up for large companies and not small independent business owners.
I have had my business cards and tri-folds done here and they have always done a great job.
I love that I can send them a electronic file via ftp or e-mail and I can just walk in and pick up my order with no errors or issues,
Great folks and wonderful service.