Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Eavesdropping leads to a kiss

Per wiki Eavesdropping is the act of surreptitiously listening to a private conversation... you-B the judge :) seriously a good story!

I overheard a conversation today while standing in line at the local grocery store and thought I would share it with you. The cashier was talking to the customer in front of me and telling her that today was her birthday. Apparently the cashier had been to Biggby earlier in the day and was telling the customer how important all the employees at this location always make her feel. The customer piped up and said "Oh, I know. They are just like family there. They always welcome you and make you feel special." The cashier agreed that yes, they are like an extended family and she always chooses to go to this location. THe customer asked the cashier if she made it to Biggby's on Valentine's Day because they were giving out kisses and that she enjoyed the whole experience. The cashier replied that she did not but was sorry she had missed it. I believe her next comment was "There are certainly some there I would like to kiss." And on, and on, and on. I believe this is a family site so I will spare the rest of the details.
Since I had just come from Biggby's I knew exactly what they were referring to. A wonderful group of people have been brought together at this store and I think that is recognized by many. Keep up the good work (seems pointless to say this because they always do)!
Anyway, I just thought I would pass this story along. Obviously you are loved by many. Thanks for letting us in even when you are trying to lock the doors.....................



JD said...

The giving out kisses thing sounds like it's become a bit of a grand tradition at the Marsh Rd. store--I thought it was a little crazy the first time I heard about it, but...a little crazy is a good thing (clearly, based on this feedback). Cheers, O'Connors!

Anonymous said...

GREAT job from the O'Connor team - no shocker though! I am going there next year on V. Day!

Anonymous said...

I'm sure little Joe started this tradition.