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  • Elevator staff to the rescue
    On Saturday, May 21, we were involved in a ve- hicular accident in Clare on McEwan Street by Johnston Elevator. At that point in the roadway, two lanes merge. We were sandwiched be- tween two trucks, and as one driver merged into us, we had nowhere to go and our SUV was struck. Thankful- ly, no one was injured in the collision, but our Trailblazer was not driveable and we were understandably shaken.
    What happened next is the real reason for this letter. One by one, four workers came from Johnston Elevator to ask if we were all right and offer assistance. We were introduced to each one. Chris helped to get the spare tire lowered and put on. His son Ethan also came to our aid, along with Mort and Gabe. We do not know these gentlemen and they don’t know us, yet they took it upon themselves to offer aid and show concern for our safety. It is heartwarming to know that others care. If this is any representation of Johnston Elevator, it must be a great place to do business.

    Many thanks, The Repperts

 

At this Michigan doughnut shop, cops are the owners, not the customers
By Rebecca Powers  (The Washington Post)

 

 

Clare truly is the "Gateway to the North" with the link below.

 

Previous Community and Business Awards:

Customer Service Award:

Ace Hardware of Clare

Clare Hardware

Witbeck Family Foods


 Volunteer Award/Community Presence:

Chemical Bank

Judy Brankel

Linda Guiliani

Jane Sartor

Patricia Marinello

Giving Back Award:

Cops & Doughnuts

Witbeck Family Foods

United Way

Clare’s Best Advocate:

Cops & Doughnuts-Greg & Al

Herrick House-Mary Ann Shurlow

City of Clare-Ken Hibl

Employee Longevity:

Gateway Lanes-E. Dean Smith 32 years

Doherty Hotel-Dean Doherty

Medi-Lodge-Shelly Sheets & Diane Thrush 25 years

Whitehouse Restaurant

Witbeck's Family Foods

Circle of Excellence:  Recognizes the Business that exemplifies outstanding customer experiences, creative marketing efforts, community involvement, and remain relevant in an ever-changing business landscape.

McGuire Chevrolet-Tom Kleinhardt 

515 Gallery-Kim Kleinhardt

MidMichigan Health-Ray Stover


 

 

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