KFC

3110 32 St, Vernon, BC V1T 5M5

Slow service appears to be a bi-product of limited space and staff, as when there is a reasonable line, orders are put through quite quickly. Not sure if this is just a new recipe, but the fries just don’t taste the same.

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Artist Callum Matthers!

Hey all!

I’d like to introduce you to a friend of mine who has a unique way of playing some of your favorite Celtic tunes! Using Ableton and a variety of pipes, he puts together quite the show!

Here is a video of him performing at Muninn’s Post here in Kelowna!

To book him for an event, support or see more of his work, click below!

https://soundcloud.com/callum-mathers

https://celticdubstep.com/

Looking forward to working with this artist in the future!!!

Correct Colleague Nomenclature Within Written Communication

As someone who has a short term memory for names, technology is my best friend, putting the answers right at my fingertips. But even with this amazing tool, a professional courtesy is majorly overlooked. – the proper spelling of a colleague’s name.

Many times we seem to only care if the person is a customer or beneficiary, but your colleagues deserves that respect to, especially considering that most communication systems within companies require you to enter their name to find them to message!

I understand misspelling, but constant lower case and missing letters is just carelessness.  All I ask is that you please take a few more moments of your day to respect the people you work with, so we can make tomorrow a better world!

Dakota Boots

Hey construction friends,

Did you know that Dakota Boots are made by a different company than Dakota Outerwear?

In the past four years my boyfriend Todd has gone through three pairs of $250 quad-comfort Dakota’s, and all three have had the sole separate from the rest of the boot. He wears Dakota jackets and rain-gear purchased four years ago that are are in great condition (besides one broken zipper due to him shoving a nail-bar in a pocket that isn’t meant for nail-bars).

It was news to both of us to find out that Dakota boots are not made by the same company. After Todd couldn’t find a website for the maker of the boots, and upon further investigation, it seems that they are made by Mark’s Work Warehouse to break about a month after their 100 day warranty is up.

Only bright side I see is go ‘Lease’ yourself a pair of these puppies, and bring them back in before the 100 day warranty!