Kelsey Whipple's post about the owners of Snooze being pilloried for their position on the urban camping ban proposal even as they were employing four members of the homeless community struck a chord with one potential customer.
Here's her take.
Diva Eytcheson writes:
I've never been to Snooze. The lines are always too long when I've wanted to go.
Well, I'm going now. Any spot that invests back in its community the way it's been reported here deserves my dollar.
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