By guest, Jul 17 2015 06:34PM
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10/03/2015 at 10:10pm ID#: 0694656
1. Once I arrived and was asked: "how many?", when I responded, the guy changed his attention to the opposite direction (never heard).
2. The menu all teared and broken, looks worst than a magazine found on a public bathroom.
3. The rude waitress Lillie threw everything on the table, gives the evil look to my girlfriend, also she didn't pay attention that I ask for 2 orders of the same... I have to wait double.
4. One side of the tables are hold with a dividers that are shared with another on the other side, every time people from the other table move, mine did as well. Plus the seats are all teared and cracked.
5. Bottom line, I prefer go to Lyndon Diner.
My wife and I enjoy coming to your diner! We bring our family quite often! We have seen people use the SOS card and I have wondered how a local non-profit might take part in this program. Please, how does an organization apply to take part?
Thank you, Troy
The first comment posted is no longer relevant. The entire diner has been remodeled and has a new menu and a beautiful decor with lots of specials. Our church belongs to their Sharing our Success Program and we received ongoing updates with the remodeling process. They were very apologetic, it was out of their control when delays with the booths held everything up. Our congregation receives a generous donation each quarter because our congregation loves to eat there as well as at their Knight and Day Diner. The size of our donation is a true indicator that many of our1700 members of our church enjoy eating at both diners. I highly recommend them. To the gentleman asking how to join the SOS Program, our contact is Cindi at email: firstname.lastname@example.org. She is really great to work with. She is very helpful and kind and will answer your questions about registration process. We are so grateful for the donations and have been SOS Customers for over 2 years since it started.
I am the treasurer of the Cocalico Valley VFW AUX. We belong to the S.O.S. program for the last 2 years. The money we receive from this program goes to our local veterans. We have luncheons for them and also hold hospital parties at the VA Hospitals. This is a great program.
If you are a non-profit in Lancaster County and would like to earn donations by dining for dollars everyday of the year, we want to Share our Success with you! email:.email@example.com ￼ for more information
Proud provider of the S.O.S. Program:
We share our success by donating to over 200 local non-profit organizations!