I have to tell you the story of my purse and how I am tremendously grateful to the people of your city.
On Oct. 17, we stopped at the Taco Bell on Martin Luther King Jr. Way for dinner. Two hours later, I realized I'd left my yellow purse hanging on a chair. Immediately I called and much to my relief, an honest person in your town had turned in my purse, and the Taco Bell manager had it locked in the safe.
I called Postal Connections and Kris was super helpful and willing to assist in mailing my purse back to me.
I called Taco Bell back to make arrangements. But, you wouldn't believe it, the manager, Russell Sanchez, said he'd mail it. I offered to pay and tried to figure out a way to do that.
But instead he just said to me, "If it was me, I'd just want my stuff back."
My purse arrived two days later with all its contents.
What a fine example of how a city should be, I wish I could shout from the rooftops my compliments of your city, the honest people in it, and the wonderful service.
Many, many thanks!