I wanted to thank you for the courteous service and understanding I received from the person I talked to.
I called from 68 Hwy west of Hillsdale and again to report I got my junker running, the person I talked to was very nice and understanding when I called back to cancel. I was not told How Stupid and Dumb I was as with other companies.
If you don't mind I would like to give your number to some of my friends.
Thank you for the COURTESY, Charles G.
I am writing in regards to the great service I received on a late Saturday night.
I was stranded on I-70 on the overpass of the 78th St. exit headed east. Your driver Terry Ballard... he was like a knight in shining armor to my rescue. He picked me up from my home on Cottonwood Dr., drove to the site of the auto breakdown, put it up on the flatbed tow truck and towed it to the rest area and changed the tire. All this for $60. He is a wonderful asset to your company and I felt very safe and relaxed while I was with your driver.
PS... Better keep Terry Ballard around!
On behalf of co-hosts Johnson County Med-Act and Johnson County Fire District #1, we would like to thank you for providing the use of your tow truck during the set-up and clean-up for our Mass Casualty Incident exercise on April 5th. It was through contributions by companies such as your that allowed us to add to the realism of the incident.
This exercise involved nearly 200 emergency responders and 100 volunteer patients in a simulated plane crash into the Army Reserve hangar at New Century Air Center. Besides Med-Act and Fire District#1, this exercise involved responders from Fire District #2 Rural, De Soto Fire Department, Gardner Department of Public Safety, Olathe Fire Department, Overland Park Fire Department, Olathe Fire Department, Johnson County Sheriff's Office, Johnson County Emergency Communications Center, the Civil Air Patrol, Johnson County Office of Emergency Management, the U.S. Army Reserve 244th Aviation Brigade - F Company, the New Century Air Center, and the Health Alliance of Greater Kansas City. Volunteer support organizations included the Salvation Army and the Fire District #1 Auxiliary Support Group, which provided all those in attendance with food and drinks.
Many valuable lessons were learned by conducting an exercise of this magnitude with so many agencies. Thank you for contributing to the success of this training.
Special Operations Division Chief, Johnson County Med-Act and Chief
Johnson County Fire District #1
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