Goodbye, full service |

Goodbye, full service

Dear Editor:A small-town institution has officially become a follower, not a leader. Most of us will agree customer service is a dying art. People have been taken over by computers.The last of the full-service gas stations is gone. As of Feb. 1, Midland Avenue Depot is now self service.I have been a customer of that station since back when you could get your car fixed there. I wasn’t a fan of the store at first. But the more time I spent there, the more it was like an old-time general store. But my favorite was the great full service I got every time I went for gas.Thank you Bob, Werner, Jack, Roger, Joe, Tyler, Zachary, Richard and especially Scott (we miss you the most).Scott Levine “Joe Consumer”Roaring Fork Valley

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