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Business owner advocates Customer Only parking downtown

Customer told her such signs would make her feel special.

Phyllis Gooden writes:
I think most people already know I am a huge advocate for CUSTOMER ONLY PARKING on the Square. And, I believe signs saying such would be an asset to us business owners. One of my customers told me, "that would make us feel special." Campbellsville has "Customer Parking Only" signs & have as long as I can remember. I'm thankful folks are starting to be concerned about our town square & thinking of things to help businesses stay & prosper!!! - Phyllis Gooden
Comments re article 98252 V Kolbenschlag Customer Only Park signs invite buyers

This story was posted on 2018-07-04 16:41:56
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