I moved to Denver because I knew the city had a lot more opportunities than the small Missouri town I came from, and I needed a lot of help getting set up here. The first issue I ran into here was a broken washer that apparently happened during the move. This washer was one of my nearly new appliances and I really did not want to buy another new one so soon. I was about to go to one of the usual appliance chains I went to while living in Missouri when one of my new friends stopped me. He told me I was crazy to go to a place like that, and that I should try Lynn Cummingham Appliance instead.
I know my friend has excellent task in large consumer appliances, so I took his advice. I felt immediately welcomed in their store. The salespeople were very patient with me and didn’t try to push anything on me in an effort to squeeze as much money out of me as possible. This is much different than the stores I am used to that try to sell you something you cannot afford and encourage you to put it on the stores credit card.
So after I gained the trust of the store I invited them to take a look at my dryer and see if they could fix it.
What a great choice. The repair was simple and relatively simple. The repairman’s vast experience really paid off and saved me a heap of time and money. I was incredibly grateful and will definitely shop with them again.
Getting the best deal on appliances
I have a few friends who work for the Lynn Cunningham Appliance store and they really like their jobs. Although it might not be the career they had in mind when they were young children, they say that this is a job that pays decently and gives very good benefits. Beyond health insurance, this job gives people that possibility of paid time off when they would like it and with this paid time off they are really able to help out where it is needed around the house and have a staycation.
I should really think about taking a stay vacation more often if you ask me. I would have a lot of fun for the first few days getting all my errands done and then I would probably not have a ton more to do if I were unable to think about much else. I have a friend who moved out of town recently and she was having a really hard time trying to find a good job other than at the chocolate shop she worked at for a while.
And I believe that she just got a job and I am really very proud of her. She really deserve a job that makes her happy and that she can grow from. She is just in her mid 20s and that is an age where you are trying to figure out who you are and what you are doing with yourself. So she is right on track with that sort of thing. She is also going to get some kitchen appliances.