Check out potential vendors before committing
Monday November 26, 2012 | By:Linda Hoare |
I am responding to last week’s letter to the editor from Julie Jagoda-Booth.
I thank you, for all your information. I was already well aware of all that was involved in the trip. My husband and I were well willing to go along with all the terms and conditions of the trip.
Apparently, she misunderstood my point. My point was this: When you call someone and tell him or her they have won, then you should stick by your word. I was told I would receive all the necessary information, the very next day. Well, there was no phone call, no nothing; and when I called them, they acted like they were from outer space.
Keeping a promise is my point. Going back on your word is a disgrace and no, I don’t totally blame the chamber of commerce for not giving us a trip, but I do believe they should check out the people who they have at their event.
The chamber and the Oktoberfest should both be responsible for having reputable organizations at their events. When I attend an event that is put on by the town, I expect that they have reputable organizations there.
So, I still call this a hoax. What else would you call it, when you don’t get what you are promised?
The chamber and the Oktoberfest should be concerned and responsible for having reputable organizations at their events.