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justind

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  • Joined: 2/1/2005
  • Location: Jeannette, PA
Great Italian Food Tue, 02/1/05 4:42 PM (permalink)
If you're looking for great italian food, i would definately check out www.delallo.com. They have a great selection of italian products. You might not have heard about them, because they're a huge distributor of olives, but they also have a full line of grocery. It's like they traveled the world, and brought back only the best.
 
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    Sundancer7

    RE: Great Italian Food Tue, 02/1/05 5:32 PM (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by justind

    If you're looking for great italian food, i would definately check out www.delallo.com. They have a great selection of italian products. You might not have heard about them, because they're a huge distributor of olives, but they also have a full line of grocery. It's like they traveled the world, and brought back only the best.


    Justind: I notice that you are also in the same region. I appreciate you nice thoughts on such a neat place but I have to ask you if you are affiliated with the location that you so fondly noted. If so, you might want to contact roadfood.com to note your postive comments so they might be appropiately received.

    Paul E. smith
    Knoxville, TN
     
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      Adjudicator

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      • Joined: 5/20/2003
      • Location: Tallahassee, FL
      RE: Great Italian Food Tue, 02/1/05 7:10 PM (permalink)
      quote:
      Originally posted by Sundancer7

      quote:
      Originally posted by justind

      If you're looking for great italian food, i would definately check out www.delallo.com. They have a great selection of italian products. You might not have heard about them, because they're a huge distributor of olives, but they also have a full line of grocery. It's like they traveled the world, and brought back only the best.


      Justind: I notice that you are also in the same region. I appreciate you nice thoughts on such a neat place but I have to ask you if you are affiliated with the location that you so fondly noted. If so, you might want to contact roadfood.com to note your postive comments so they might be appropiately received.

      Paul E. smith
      Knoxville, TN


      Nicely done, Paul.
       
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        justind

        • Total Posts: 2
        • Joined: 2/1/2005
        • Location: Jeannette, PA
        RE: Great Italian Food Wed, 02/2/05 7:19 AM (permalink)
        I just thought some people should find out about the place. I have visited their one retail store in PA, and it was quite an experience. I just wanted to share it with everyone else. Sorry if i sounded like a boring advertiser...my bad.
         
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          mudbug

          • Total Posts: 130
          • Joined: 3/31/2003
          • Location: Nantucket, MA
          RE: Great Italian Food Wed, 02/2/05 9:49 AM (permalink)
          Sundancer-Please take this in the best way:what is the problem with a post like Justind?It seems that you post "ads" for your friends Apple Barn monthly in this forum.Help me out.I must be missing something.Thanks.
           
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            Sundancer7

            RE: Great Italian Food Wed, 02/2/05 1:14 PM (permalink)
            quote:
            Originally posted by mudbug

            Sundancer-Please take this in the best way:what is the problem with a post like Justind?It seems that you post "ads" for your friends Apple Barn monthly in this forum.Help me out.I must be missing something.Thanks.


            Mudbug, there is nothing wrong with the post of Justind!. If you read what I posted, I suggested that if there was an a association with the mentioned, I suggested a contact with roadfood.com to establish a legitimate relationship.

            You are correct in that I voice a vote for a friend that owns a huge complex in Pigeon Forge. What you do not understnad is that I could not afford any ownership is this mega million dollar complex. It is an endorsement for a place that as "I" as a moderator and a person with intergrity would encourgage folks that read this forum to enjoy, entertain and visit without reservation. Many folks on this site has visited this huge complex and enjoyed. As a matter of fact, I took Bushie there on his last visit to Knoxville and I believe he enjoyed it very much.

            There is nothing wrong with anyone enjoying his or hers local relationship with a neat place that you enjoy. That is what this site is about. I only encourage those that have a personal interest to check in to establish a legitimate non bias opinion.

            A few who have posted such as Mr. Pig have posted and indicated that they are owners and stated that from the git go. When it is clearly out front what their intentions are, we then have the ability to delete their post. His was a great post and not hidden.

            I sincerely hope that this helps you with your thoughts.

            Paul E. Smith
            Knoxville, TN
             
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