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A message from Sainsbury's [Mar. 20th, 2007|11:02 pm]
Douglas Spencer
Dear Douglas
Thank you for your email. I am very sorry to hear that you are unhappy with the fundraising activities which my colleagues recently took part in at our Bagshot Road store. I can understand how disappointed you must feel.
My colleagues took part in many fund raising activities to raise money for Comic Relief. We have found that many of our customers enjoyed the line dancing, which took place at our Bagshot Road store. Our aim was to make the event fun for our customers, whilst raising money for a good cause.
Please accept my sincere apologies for the disappointment we have caused you. I have passed your comments onto Becky Jones, the store manager. She has confirmed that there was sufficient space for customers to come in and out of the store. However, she will certainly bear your concerns in mind when planning future events.
Once again thank you for taking the time to contact us. I hope you will continue to shop at Sainsbury's in the future.
Kind regards
Gemma Wilkinson
Sainsbury's Customer Services
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From: jamesb
2007-03-23 12:06 am (UTC)
yes, do you think Gemma or Becky truly give a flying fart about your letter?

nah

J
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