Dear readers and fellow bloggers;
Good afternoon. As a physician that has worked uninterruptedly during this terrible pandemic (even though we follow the Social Distancing protocols enacted by the City of Miami and State of Florida authorities) we must acknowledge that our dedication has been buttressed by the countless workers that have stood their ground and helped us.
Today we are introducing the beautiful Ms. Bre Wyche, star cashier at the Publix Supermarket branch at Mary Brickell Villlage in downtown Miami; last week she took care of us gracefully and diligently when we staged a quick foray to do our monthly shopping spree there. Today we went back for a refund and to buy certain items, for which we insisted on taking the opportunity to get her picture. (she is a very shy girl)
Isn’t that smile bewitching?
After our incursion last week, we felt obligated to send an email to Mr. Todd Jones, CEO of Publix, to let him know what an outstanding service she had gently provided to us. According to his biography, Mr. Jones started in 1980 at the very low-end of the ladder (he was a front service clerk, a.k.a. bagger of groceries, in the New Smyrna Beach facility) and worked tirelessly until becoming the top executive of the largest employee-owned grocery chain in the USA. He should know a thing or two about merit-based progress.
We wrote to him: “when we were almost done, I suddenly said:’Oh, I forgot to pick up the garbage bags.’ You know what she said:’Don’t worry…I’ll go get them for you.’ And took off…She asked me what the specifications of what I wanted where and went out to get it. Can it get better? Yes, indeed. She came back with five variants of the perfumed Glad bags AND laid them out for me on the conveyor belt to chose from. I chose the lavender. This is what I call outstanding service. Please nominate her for employee of the month.”
Mr. Jones kindly answered my message, thanking me for sharing the anecdote as they love to hear that their committed employees are doing a great job every day of the week. As a front-end employee, Miss Bre is relatively exposed as she touches what we do.
Thank you very much to all the employees and administrative personnel of Publix Supermarkets for showing us, with big and little details, that they care for our families.
Stay distant.Stay safe. Stay beautiful.
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