No, the funny thing is Eppinetts has always paid attention to low everyday prices, they have not dropped the price on anything, just pointing out the fact that we are not really gaining anything with atwoods that we did not already have.<quoted text>
The funny thing is that you're actually making the argument that the City was right to bring in Atwoods. Competition is good for the consumer, and this is proven by the fact that Eppinettes is adding services and paying attention to their prices. When we have competition, the consumers win. When we have protectionisn, like you wish we had, only a single business owner wins.
although you maybe correct about them adding the new drive thru service, they may or may not have done so if atwoods was not coming, but I like the fact that it will help alot of elderly and handicapped folks and anyone else that would like to stay dry on a rainy day.