Letter: Five Stars to The Spoke

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To the Editor:

I have been a customer of The Spoke for years and now I want to send accolades to Paul, Heidi and Damien.

Regardless of when a customer enters the store, they are treated like the most important person there. Paul and Heidi know the intricacies or every type of bike and have made great recommendations for my family and I. Damien is a cracker-jack bike mechanic he works swiftly with maximum efficiency.

With or without close social contact biking is a fun sport. Do yourself a favor and head to The Spoke in Williamstown and see their offerings.

Jim Holmes
North Adams, Mass.

 

 

 

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