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In a letter to company executives, the counsel for bankruptcy trustee Charles Forman says unequivocally that businesses must honor the terms of their contracts, which they entered into when providing coupons for the Entertainment Coupon Books. The bankruptcy court judge last week authorized Forman to reopen the company, while preparing to sell it.
A sale is expected to occur on or about April All interested parties have expressed an interest in keeping the company going. In the meantime, the company has announced that its website, Entertainment. Shipping of book orders that had been in limbo, will now resume, and customers can place new orders online.
For now, at least, its phone number still appears to be inactive, as do its social media accounts. Bottom line then, if you have a coupon book, go ahead and use the coupons. Your email address will not be published. Your Website. Its almost always below average and the service is slow, unfriendly and poor in general. It is really just a unique place to the lake, a beach bar where you can hang out near the water and people watch. There really isn't much else like it on the lake.
Town Docks is a totally different atmosphere. The go fast crowd usually frequents the place, and their crews always make for good theatre. One or two drinks, maybe an appetizer and then out of there and back on to the lake Such unfair method of competition or unfair or deceptive act or practice shall include, but is not limited to, the following: I.
Passing off goods or services as those of another; II. Causing likelihood of confusion or of misunderstanding as to the source, sponsorship, approval, or certification of goods or services; III.
Causing likelihood of confusion or of misunderstanding as to affiliation, connection or association with, or certification by, another; IV. Using deceptive representations or designations of geographic origin in connection with goods or services; V. Representing that goods or services have sponsorship, approval, characteristics, ingredients, uses, benefits, or quantities that they do not have or that a person has a sponsorship, approval, status, affiliation, or connection that such person does not have; VI. Representing that goods are original or new if they are deteriorated, altered, reconditioned, reclaimed, used or secondhand; VII.
Representing that goods or services are of a particular standard, quality, or grade, or that goods are of a particular style or model, if they are of another; VIII. Disparaging the goods, services, or business of another by false or misleading representation of fact; IX. Advertising goods or services with intent not to sell them as advertised; X. Advertising goods or services with intent not to supply reasonably expectable public demand, unless the advertisement discloses a limitation of quantity; X-a. Making false or misleading statements of fact concerning the reasons for, existence of, or amounts of price reductions; or XII.
Dormancy fees, latency fees, or any other administrative fees or service charges that have the effect of reducing the total amount for which the holder may redeem a gift certificate are prohibited.
This paragraph shall not apply to season passes. Pricing of goods or services in a manner that tends to create or maintain a monopoly, or otherwise harm competition.
Skip,all I wrote was that CH eric was right on on his veiw of the naswa. But I will chime in on this one. I've wrote here before about exactly what you posted,that any gift certificate that one pays for MUST be honered without a time limit. The reference in sundancers post was to buy one get one free meal coupons. I don't know how those would equate to actually paying money upfront to an establishment for a gift certificate,but I don't beleive they are veiwed the same.
When I buy a fundraiser coupon book from D'Angelos or Wendy's,there are the same 2 for 1 or 2 dollars off certificates. It clearly says on those that there are no actual redeemable value. That probably puts these in a different catagory.
User-Submitted Reviews of Entertainment Book & Testimonials an all inclusive "not accountable" policy for any vendor that does not honor their coupons. Said they did not place in the book and would not honor the coupon we got from I have signed up for the annual renewal but now the book is not the same it.
If there is a mistake in the language or intended gift do to a miss printing the gifter does not have to honor the gift. I do not know what would qualify as mexi-meat, I could hardly get past the color or texture of the meat to try it, it was inedible. Mexi-meat may vary day to day depending on the local road kill :laugh: :laugh:. Things may have improved, but based on this thread I doubt it. As a local my view based on personal experience is that the drinks are overpriced, the food is mediocre at best, the warm welcome non-existent. However, to be fair -- some people enjoy overpaying for watered-down drinks while watching the self-impressed arrive in huge boats with their gold-digging hoards.
The place has its allure. Bet the IRS doesn't tap most of what's raked in. I always thought the food was great, too young to speak on the drinks back then, we did take a spur of the moment trip for a weekend in the fall 3 or 4 years ago and stayed there, cant comment on the resturant quality on that trip cause we spent all of our time up in the high country checking out the views, we were only there for the room and beds I've been to the Naswa more times than I can count and have been disappointed only a few times.
I'll go back. I give the Naswa a big thumbs up. If you want peace and quiet and to be one with the loons Kind of reminds me of a few of my old haunts in Ft Lauderdale and the keys. Lot's of cool boats,nice sunsets,drinks and music.
Maybe another 25 grand,and,oh yes My suggestion to those who whine about pricey drinks is very simple. Buy a bottle,bring it home and drink by yourself. Or better yet We stopped by this past weekend and ordered the nachos.
What a rip off! They have no phone service so you can't complain. Here are my top tips:. They've done nothing but try to rip me off and now bully me! Must have Passport Players Club card.
Stale chips with rubber chicken and rubber cheese It is a great place to mellow out on the lake, but I think we will stick to the beverages, the food has become awful. The Naswa is indeed a unique place I was there a few weeks ago and ordered the chicken nachos with my husband.
When we placed our order, our server responded with "I wouldn't order the chicken here. I figured the server knew best! The atmosphere is great for a weekend causal hangout for boaters. The music is great and the dock hands do a great job. For years people have been complaining about the quality of the food. I can't understand why they haven't made any improvements to their food quality. The drinks are pricey but I realize that this is a seasonal business and the cost of doing business is crazy.
I will continue to go there but I will avoid the food until it gets better. I do recall getting a chicken sandwich or a burger there before and all it did was fill a hole. Nothing special. Drink prices are what I would expect for the "location, location, location. I have eaten at the Naswa Beach Bar several times and have taken many family members and friends as well. But when we order, we order off the menu from the restaurant upstairs as opposed to the beach bar menu. Much to our suprise the food from the restaurant was fantastic. The calamari was to die for.
The stuffed haddock dinner superb. I would agree that ordering from the beach bar menu is just average but the setting as the sun goes down is priceless. Not a huge calamari fan but the Naswa's is awesome and everything else I've had off the upstairs menu has been good. I ate breakfast there a few times. I dont consider it good or bad just meh. The bagels and muffins are good but the pancakes you can get better ones at Ames, Friendly's or Lakeside. The Oatmeal is good either it was clumpy and very small. It does have a nice atmosphere but its nothing to brag about. I never went there for dinner because there isnt anything on the menu that I like.
I'll chime in again! I can echo most of the comments that have been posted since my last post. The beach bar food isn't gourmet But the kids like it and the setting cannot be beat. One thing I do want to comment on are the comments that the Naswa isn't kid friendly. Last year we took advantage of the Naswa's "August Breeze" promotion.