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Apr 20, 2009

Paintball FYI...

Calling Saturday morning at 10:30 and leaving a message requesting a "reservation" for 30 people at noon does not earn you favor or the group rate. A reservation is a promise made between two people. Not a person and an answering machine. One promises a certain amount of people showing up at a certain time. The other promises, provided an opportunity to confirm, enough time, space and product to insure quality service.

My momma taught me that.



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1 comments:

Reiner Schafer Apr 20, 2009, 11:42:00 AM  

A reservation at our field doesn't realy ean anything without a deposit to back up your promise. Without the deposit, it's just a commitment from the field owner to be there with equipment, staff, paintballs and everything else needed, and "promise" that customers will show up if they feel like it at the time.

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