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Thread: Thank You!! ......The Importance of saying it.

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    Thank You!! ......The Importance of saying it.

    Today on FB, the CEO of the ATA posted a video of an AA pilot thanking the passengers for being AA customers/passengers.

    One of the things that I have noticed when being in Aruba........we the tourists are Thanked often and are treated as special guests by those that serve us.
    Arubans work hard to accommodate and to make us happy.

    We love Aruba and we love and appreciate all Aruba has to offer.....and we are very thankful.

    So, when those that serve us in Aruba and then thank us............ I think the perfect response is .......... " You are Welcome and, THANK YOU!!!"
    ​In a world where you can be anything, be kind!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post

    So, when those that serve us in Aruba and then thank us............ I think the perfect response is .......... " You are Welcome and, THANK YOU!!!"
    'You are welcome'...…. is so much warmer than 'no problem'...….! Which I hear all too often!
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    Well said all!! THANK YOU!

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    Dank je wel!


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    People in Aruba go out of their way to help and today was a prime example. A man let a woman/server from the Tulip Restaurant onto the property(beach gate). She was carrying three small containers of dressing looking for two men who picked up food, but forgot the salad dressing. She went looking for them and asked us if we had seen them(we had not). Where else would someone go after you to that extent other than in Aruba?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin View Post
    People in Aruba go out of their way to help and today was a prime example. A man let a woman/server from the Tulip Restaurant onto the property(beach gate). She was carrying three small containers of dressing looking for two men who picked up food, but forgot the salad dressing. She went looking for them and asked us if we had seen them(we had not). Where else would someone go after you to that extent other than in Aruba?
    ​In a world where you can be anything, be kind!
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    Masha Danki!
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    Thank you as well. I always try to say these important words. Thank you and you are welcome.
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    My wife and I both use the words Thank You often. it is common courtesy.
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