Local Photographer Praises Caraluzzi’s Service During Storm

Local Photographer Praises Caraluzzi’s Service During Storm

 

 

                                                                                       The following is a letter submitted by local photographer Elisabeth Levy–

To the Editor,

I would like to praise my local Caraluzzi’s market in Bethel for going above and beyond my expectation of service this past week. I had special ordered over $75 worth of tropical flowers for my one-day art show that was scheduled to take place on October 30. When the storm forced a last-minute postponement of the event I decided to bring the flowers back to Caraluzzi’s in the hope that if they were able to resell some of them they might give me a partial store credit. Manager Dave was so compassionate towards my situation that he immediately offered to accept all of the flowers back and refund the entire purchase amount right back to my credit card. Since my budget had already taken a large hit with the loss of advertising for the now canceled event I was incredibly grateful for this extremely generous gesture. This small local family owned business deserves high praise for this kind of service and makes me proud to have them in my town.  (And nothing makes a loyal customer like this kind of service.) Kudos.

Sincerely,
Elisabeth Levy
Bethel, CT

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Elisabeth J. Levy Photography
914-261-3509

“Mahalo Hawaii” Photography Show ~ Rescheduled for January 8, 2012 ~ 3-7pm, 24 Clapboard Ridge Rd., Danbury CT.
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Posted on November 9, 2011, in Home. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Way to go Caraluzzis!! You went above and beyond! Makes me glad to live in a small town too. Everyone at Carluzzis is always nice. Thank you also for being open during the storm!

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