Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Yowza...in Arlington Heights IL BIGGBY!

Zoom, bang, boom....the bouncing balls arrived and we already have our first story straight off the BIGGY feedback page....and it is filled (filled I say!) with fun, energy, excitement....and good ol' fashion happiness :) Read all about it...straight from the lips (I mean finger tips) of real customers :) !!!


I had the best morning today!! I always meet some friends of mine at Biggby after our husbands go to work. We always have a good time and good coffee at your Arlington Heights shop. This morning was different because of the balls you were giving out, all four of us were handed these bouncy balls and as we were having our coffee we joked that we should play dodge ball and how funny that would be to see grown women playing dodge ball. I guess the owner here, Paul over heard us because he challanged us to a dodge ball game and said if any of us could get him out then our next visit would be on him. As soon as we agreed he started to bomb bard us with bouncy balls, when he made the challange he only had one ball in his hand, he must of had 500 under the counter it was like it was raining bouncy balls on us. It turned into an all out war as more customers jumped in on our side and we finally got our man. I will have to say with out the help of the other customers we would have been doomed. He we be paying up tomorrow morning and I am sure it will be the best tasting Biggby Coffee drink we have ever had. Thanks again for a great morning.

5 comments:

Tom Butz said...

I got an email from Paul last night at 7pm and he said they were still finding the bouncy balls in the store!

Paul - you are a wild man!

Anonymous said...

I love this story... I want to visit the IL store now!!

Anonymous said...

How much fun is that? That's truly getting involved and not being afraid to be a big kid! Great job!

JD said...

Yeah...Paul has been the maestro of mayhem since the very beginning. Be sure to ask him about his acting debut during Manager in Training and the poor table that got in his way...

Kthompson said...

Bob, any idea what happened to the Arlington Heights, IL store? It closed suddenly, and the cryptic sign on the door just says something about a business license. Any insight on when it's reopening would be great.