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Ugh, I am NEVER going back to Quiznos after the way they treated us
Thursday. 8.27.09 12:13 am
Coming in from Grady Hospital, we went to the Quiznos on 138 Peachtree Street NW right across the street from the GA Pacific building. It's store number #2689
Mom is in a wheel chair and we thought we would try the deal they had going on with the buy one get one for $1.00
NO One offered to help us when we struggled in the door. No one welcomed and as I pulled Mom in I notice the woman behind the counter scowling at us as if she were like " Ugh, a disabled person"
When she took our order, she was hostile and acted as if she didn't want to fix our sandwiches. I asked her about the deal and tried to engage in conversation with her but her responses were gruff as if she didn't want to talk.
She gave my mother a really nasty look and I felt as if we weren't welcome in the store because she was in a wheelchair.
Mom said she felt discriminated against and didn't want leave because she was hungry so we stayed.
No one helped us make space for her to sit at one of the tables and no one thanked us when we left. NO one opened the door and the food tasted shitty.
I am never going to Quiznos again and have filed a complaint and I want my $11.20 back.
We got the combos for the sandwiches which is why it's so high.
Have you thought about writing the company? Or the owner/manger/whomever is in charge of hiring?
They generally do what they can to alleviate your stress.
I'm sorry you were treated so disrespectfully. I hope in the future you and your mother get the respect you deserve when you go out to eat.
» Chloefoxx on 2009-08-27 01:22:43
maybe they're mad because they work for Quiznos.
it's crazy that no one would at least help you guys through the door or to sit at a table. i always offer to help those in need like that. it's wrong not to.
and... $11.20? that's insanely cheap for two combos from a Quiznos, but maybe that has to do with location.
» thaitanic on 2009-08-27 09:24:27
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