St John's Morning Show | Dec 4, 2012 | 5:23

Customer service stories

In this busiest of seasons for retail, The Morning Show is celebrating good service and bemoaning bad service. Some people in St. John's tell Caroline Hillier their stories of customer service, and then Nancy and Cec tell you how you can swap your stories for some sweet swag - namely a Republic of Doyle Season Three DVD set.

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