Letter: Shopper wowed by customer service

Sandra Steffan applauded a handful of local businesses for their top notch products and hospitality.

Dear Editor,

There are many different businesses in our local community that make a positive and wonderful experience every time you visit that business.

It’s not just the customer service, but the people who make the difference and it is that which keeps you going back to that business time and time again.

One of the best business and customer service experiences that I’ve ever had is with Visual Eyes in Murrayville.

Owner Claudio and his wife have operated the business there for several years and they offer a wide range of eye glasses, sun glasses, contact lenses and eye examinations.

Claudio’s knowledge and expertise is always outstanding and if you are looking for eye glasses in your near future, I highly suggest you visit Visual Eyes on 48th Avenue and get ready to be wowed!

Another great store to visit with knock-your-socks off customer service is Well Seasoned Gourmet Foods on 64th Avenue.

The products they carry are amazing and some of their product can’t be found anywhere else in the Lower Mainland.

Their range of BBQ products are exquisite and they have me hooked on their award winning rubs and sauces.

Plus, they offer cooking classes to test your skills and gain new ones and they even offer a cheese-making class!  How fun is that?

And I would like to recognize TRACC Accounting Services and owner Monica Carr for her one-on-one personalized service and expertise in her field.

She is an amazing CGA who operates from her home-based business and makes you feel welcome every time you visit with her.

She takes the “scary” out of doing your taxes!

Sandra Steffan, Langley

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