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V. Kolbenschlag: 'Customer Only Park' signs invite buyers
Vonnie Kolbenschlag writes:
I want to thank Marsha for the follow up of my suggestion for 'customer only' signs. (I did not ask her to do this and did not even know she read my suggestion.) She speaks with first hand knowledge about the importance of customers to a business. I do not own a shop, but I am a customer and I know the frustration some businesses have expressed. Here are some reasons I have gathered for having 'customer only parking'.Comments re article 98248 Marsha Walker Endorsement for saving parking for customers
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