Kum & Go

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  • 14495 E 51st St

    Tulsa, OK 74134

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  • 918-355-8407

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I usually don't make comments on employees at any stores I use but you need to give a big AT-A-Boy to one of your employees who has impressed me beyond what I would say any employee at any store I've been to in many years. First let me say I am 100% permanently & totally disabled veteran according the military, due to injuries I sustained while on active duty. I moved to Broken Arrow from Muskogee, OK because I could no longer maintain my home, so I sold it and moved into an apartment at Battlecreek Heights. Due to the fact It is hard for me to get out, especially drive I started using the Kum -n- Go down the street from me on Highway 51. Because I am Tax-Exempt the manager Brian let all the employees know who I was, but one employee in particular who I only know his first name "Cole", not only remembered to apply the tax exemption but if ever their were new employees, he always stepped in to remind them to give me the tax exemption. Cole also went well above what I know your employees are required to do, he always helped me carry out my items, even if it was a gallon of milk and he always asked me how I was doing, being by myself and having to do tasks everyday that sometimes I didn't think I could do, him just asking how my day was made me feel special. I came to know Cole as a friend because no matter when I came into that store he always had a smile for me and you just don't find people like that anymore, especially at convenient stores. Most employees at convenient stores come and go because they are always looking for something better and they rarely give you the time of day, much less smile. I was meaning to write you this compliment letter about Cole weeks ago but was in surgery at the VA in Oklahoma City for the injuries I recieved on active duty. When I got back, Cole was the first to ask how I was feeling and I joked with him saying as long as my feet can hit the floor - I'll be running. So all in all I just wanted you to know you hired an extremely wonderful young man who is very people oriented and has the capability to one day be a manager if he puts his mind to it..I have no doubt about that. But like I stated before being 45yrs old and having someone his age carry my groceries to my car without me asking really touched my heart and your very lucky to have an employee of this caliber, if you had more employees like Cole, Kum-n-Go would be the number one convenient store in the USA and thats the truth.
I look forward to seeing Cole and also Alicia and Brian when I come in pretty much everyday it seems like because like I've stated I can't do much anymore and the drive is much on me, but I do enjoy talking with them and will continue giving that store my business.
but this letter is to complement your employee by the name of
"Cole", I donot know his last name and never asked him, I just know his first name because of his name tag. Again hire more young men of his caliber and you won't go wrong. I was a First-Sergeant in the Army and retired after 22yrs, even tho I got wounded I can tell a person by just speaking with them because I've trained thousands of young men & women, and I'd be proud to have a young man like Cole in my unit. I ask that you do give him an at-a-boy and also please give him a copy of this letter from me, its my way of showing him how much I appreciate his kindness and showing me respect as a disabled veteran. I know none of what I stated is in his job discription, which should tell you-his employer what a true asset he is to your company and to your customers. I look forward to seeing young people like Cole get the pat on the back they deserve, because being young they don't always get told their doing a good job, well let me tell you he's gone well above what his job calls for and a raise wouldn't hurt either, he sure deserves it. again Please give him a copy of my letter, I want him to know how much I appreciate him and the respect he's shown me.

cc: Kum-n-GO Headquarters
cc: American Legion
CC: The Department of Veterans Affairs

with all due respect
Rachel A. Ledbetter
1800 W. Granger #2412
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
918-680-0770
US Army Retired Veteran
Proud to have served

3
★★★☆☆

I usually don't make comments on employees at any stores I use but you need to give a big AT-A-Boy to one of your employees who has impressed me beyond what I would say any employee at any store I've been to in many years. First let me say I am 100% permanently & totally disabled veteran according the military, due to injuries I sustained while on active duty. I moved to Broken Arrow from Muskogee, OK because I could no longer maintain my home, so I sold it and moved into an apartment at Battlecreek Heights. Due to the fact It is hard for me to get out, especially drive I started using the Kum -n- Go down the street from me on Highway 51. Because I am Tax-Exempt the manager Brian let all the employees know who I was, but one employee in particular who I only know his first name "Cole", not only remembered to apply the tax exemption but if ever their were new employees, he always stepped in to remind them to give me the tax exemption. Cole also went well above what I know your employees are required to do, he always helped me carry out my items, even if it was a gallon of milk and he always asked me how I was doing, being by myself and having to do tasks everyday that sometimes I didn't think I could do, him just asking how my day was made me feel special. I came to know Cole as a friend because no matter when I came into that store he always had a smile for me and you just don't find people like that anymore, especially at convenient stores. Most employees at convenient stores come and go because they are always looking for something better and they rarely give you the time of day, much less smile. I was meaning to write you this compliment letter about Cole weeks ago but was in surgery at the VA in Oklahoma City for the injuries I recieved on active duty. When I got back, Cole was the first to ask how I was feeling and I joked with him saying as long as my feet can hit the floor - I'll be running. So all in all I just wanted you to know you hired an extremely wonderful young man who is very people oriented and has the capability to one day be a manager if he puts his mind to it..I have no doubt about that. But like I stated before being 45yrs old and having someone his age carry my groceries to my car without me asking really touched my heart and your very lucky to have an employee of this caliber, if you had more employees like Cole, Kum-n-Go would be the number one convenient store in the USA and thats the truth.
I look forward to seeing Cole and also Alicia and Brian when I come in pretty much everyday it seems like because like I've stated I can't do much anymore and the drive is much on me, but I do enjoy talking with them and will continue giving that store my business.
but this letter is to complement your employee by the name of
"Cole", I donot know his last name and never asked him, I just know his first name because of his name tag. Again hire more young men of his caliber and you won't go wrong. I was a First-Sergeant in the Army and retired after 22yrs, even tho I got wounded I can tell a person by just speaking with them because I've trained thousands of young men & women, and I'd be proud to have a young man like Cole in my unit. I ask that you do give him an at-a-boy and also please give him a copy of this letter from me, its my way of showing him how much I appreciate his kindness and showing me respect as a disabled veteran. I know none of what I stated is in his job discription, which should tell you-his employer what a true asset he is to your company and to your customers. I look forward to seeing young people like Cole get the pat on the back they deserve, because being young they don't always get told their doing a good job, well let me tell you he's gone well above what his job calls for and a raise wouldn't hurt either, he sure deserves it. again Please give him a copy of my letter, I want him to know how much I appreciate him and the respect he's shown me.

cc: Kum-n-GO Headquarters
cc: American Legion
CC: The Department of Veterans Affairs

with all due respect
Rachel A. Ledbetter
1800 W. Granger #2412
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
918-680-0770
US Army Retired Veteran
Proud to have served

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