This would be a rather odd message to run across, wouldn’t it. EMPTY boxes of tissue!
I believe it is a cruel joke that Scotties is playing on our favorite “Tissue User”, Jamie Lewis.
You see, he has a “thing” with using the tissue at a rate of a box every 2 days! (Okay that might be over-stating it, just a bit.)
But there it is the Scotties company has finally decided to turn things around on Jamie and start sending empty containers! These boxes are empty, sealed and part of the order we receive.
Have you ever received something in a bulk order that is empty and what kind of compensation did you receive from the company. I know if you send the product back or perhaps even emailing them with evidence you would be in line for a credit or compensation. OR so you might think!
Who’s working on the quality control line at this time!
Well, here’s QUALITY. The STARS Gala was Friday and you probably have heard what a success it was. $160,000.
The night capped off with Jess Moskaluke performing. It has been awhile since I’ve seen Jess especially with a full band. They looked and sounded FANTASTIC! And nice meeting Jess’ family!
The night was incredible, the room looked great, the live and silent auction items were different and offered something for everyone. The Delta staff was friendly and delivered a tasty offering to the guests.
Hats off to the team at STARS, Vanessa Headford, you folks did another amazing fundraiser. And this year’s V.I.P., Kurt Ferguson is remarkable. His story leaves you amazed at the luck he had riding with him that day he was impaled on rebar. It was the emergency doctors and support teams of STARS that ensured that Kurt made it to Regina for immediate attention.
STARS is flying and they are constantly in need of donations to keep functioning. Our provincial government does fun a portion of STARS but the rest is dependent on donations by individuals and corporations.
This is Kurt Ferguson, the rest of his V.I.P. friends that have STARS to thank!