Here’s to all the retail liquor clerks

Please hang up your phone, look at the clerk, maybe smile and say a kind word.

Here’s to all the retail liquor clerks

I work in the retail liquor business. I would like to extend a shout-out to all of my fellow workers. We are very rarely or not at all thanked for our contribution during this pandemic. Here’s to us.

I would like to thank those that have recognized and acknowledged with appreciation the job that we do.

Furthermore, I would like to remind customers that there is a living, breathing person on the other side of the plexi-guard shield. Please hang up your phone, look at the clerk, maybe smile and say a kind word. Who knows, you may make that person’s day.

Stay well, wash your hands and social-distance.

Cathy Stiles

Duncan

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