Local retailers excelled over holiday season

Local retailers excelled over holiday season I purchased all of my gifts locally this year. There were lots of choices, many helpful staff, fair prices and fun extras. The shops were busy but not lacking. And the follow-up experience post wrapping and o

I purchased all of my gifts locally this year. There were lots of choices, many helpful staff, fair prices and fun extras.

The shops were busy but not lacking. And the follow-up experience post wrapping and opening was just as pleasant when I ventured back out to make a few returns.

Even months after the initial purchase and with no receipts, Yukon businesses displayed refreshing examples of true service.

Thank you for your efforts this festive season to bring goods and services to the people of Yukon. Thank you for the no-questions-asked approach and going above the minimum requirements. Thank you for excellent customer service this festive season and throughout the year. I will gratefully continue to shop locally.

Lisa Walker

Carcross

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