Everything Speaks

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Really good words there Danny. I have also noticed a “cliquish” attitude among some of our groups. If I speak to them I get a response but if not, I can even walk very close to them and not even a good morning or hello. If you aren’t part of their dept, group, gang, whatever, ya get the ole snub. Not all but some. I’m sure it gets carried over to the crowd and guest. Lets all make it a point to make everyone, even summit family, feel special. Thanks for all you do. mark

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