Dear friends at Nirvana Cannabis Company,

I wanted to write a quick letter to share my thanks and show that the little things don't go unnoticed.

Whenever it snows in Tri-Cities, life gets a little more stressful. Driving around town can be hectic enough without the hazardous conditions but here we are; getting showered in snow. When winter comes around, people's routines and habits change a bit. Do I really need to make this trip? Even a simple trip to the grocery store can become cumbersome if a parking lot isn't cleared well; which brings me to my point.

Photo by Chad Stembridge on Unsplash
Photo by Chad Stembridge on Unsplash

I'm writing this note because I want to say thank you for taking the time and/or money to have your parking lot pristinely cleared of ice and snow. I know that this sounds like an overreaction but it truly made a difference and I wanted to highlight it.  It's always nice when someone takes the time to make life easier and safer for others. As we continue to see snow this week and likely beyond, I hope other parking lots can be as clear as the one I saw yesterday. I'm not going to ramble about a parking lot for too long but I will say that it was nearly spotless. Impeccable.

So, yeah. Thanks again.

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