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Jun 16, 2007

Global Charming

nuff said about the Global Warming, the islands also need Global Charming. what can we do?

First, probably is to start smiling to people around you. so much has been said, written and spread about hospitality and customer service in the CNMI. When you go to establishments, like pay your utility bills, phone bills et. al. do the customer service agents smile at you? Most of them want to get rid of you ASAP.

Tourists visit the island, charm them with the best smile you have.

Any suggestions?

The Reveler

2 comments:

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

When I worked at Disney we had a few rules we had to follow:

10 foot rule:

Anytime someone came within 10 feet of you, you had to say hello.

Photo Taking Rule:

Anytime you saw a family taking a picture, you had to offer to take the picture for them, so that everyone could be in the picture

mickey moose said...

here it's "eat-my-foot rule"

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