Captain D's is a friendly restaurant. People greet you as you enter and leave. I used to mystery shop there. I hated to even give any kind of negative comment, as most of the time, they really did try to fill my order correctly and quickly. I love their Southern sweet tea with lemon in it. Their broiled fish platter with sauteed veggies over rice with a baked potato, their famous "donut" bread (tastes like a slightly sweet doughnut), and a side salad, is enough tasty food to feed even a hungry man! Often, they have coupons, sometimes even in the restaurant. Even if you like fried items or nice sweet dessert items, there is something on that menu for everyone, I do believe!
I always received great service from Allstate. They were always willing to explain all the technical terms to me. I also was making monthly payments, which made it easier to budget.
My husband lives off of non-frozen bagels. Earthgrains often sells them at clearance, or cheaper than most grocery stores. They take food stamps, too.
They had a nice selection of food in all departments. They accept coupons, and often have buy one/get TWO free deals. Plus, you can use coupons on each item.
It seems like Sav A Lot always has the best prices on bananas: 29 cents a lb. I like buying the Crystal Springs water as well. The cashiers are friendly. They do have name brand items, and accept coupons.
The representatives always speak to you, and never act pushy about selling their products. They are very coupon-friendly. If you ask them about a product, they are very knowledgeable about it. They will attempt to find anything that you ask for in their inventory.
If you love contemporary Christian music, you have to attend Millbrook! The 11 AM service has great music! Even though the church is big, there are deacons everywhere to give you info. and help you find where you should go.
This school has a great teaching atmosphere with competitive prices. Family discounts are applied when additional children join. The area is big and clean, well organized.
Aiken Mall is small. The very few stores they had that were child-friendly have been closed. KB Toys and the Arcade no longer exist. Most of the stores are of average appeal, even to an adult.
This store attracts a lot of the affluent retired elderly. The service is great, but the prices are high, even with advertised sales. They do accept coupons, and finally participate in the Upromise program.