Bob Weingarten is frustrated. He writes:
Yesterday around 9:40 a.m., I called CVS pharmacy. It took them more than 53 minutes to answer.
At about the 45-minute mark I called their customer service (800-746-7287) to complain. They answered within 30 seconds. After I explained the issue, they tried to call the Westport CVS — but could not get through.
They send a note to the store manager, and told me he would answer me within 2 to 4 hours.
Not sure if other readers have had this problem, but I believe they have. When standing in line to pick up a prescription, I always hear calls are “waiting to be answered.”
Friday’s rain was heavy. For most Westporters, it was a minor inconvenience.
For residents of Saugatuck Shores though, it was the usual story: flooding.
Here’s a shot of Canal Road, at midday:
Adam’s House is based in Shelton. But the organization — which helps youngsters grieving the loss of a loved one — has a strong local presence.
It was started by Allison Wysota. Her husband Adam died suddenly in 2012, when their 3 boys were in Weston schools.
Adam’s House is launching a “Mistletoes & Margaritas” online shopping fundraiser. It will be live November 30.
Area businesses are invited to join the e-commerce site. Bill Taibe is participating as a sponsor/vendor. He will sell gift certificates, and may do a bartending event with Don Memo.
Clem Butt, who sells wines all over Westport, will do a virtual wine-tasting. Jim VElgot will sell his artwork. Adam’s House volunteers hope many more Westport shops, restaurants, artists and others will offer their goods and services too.
Click here for the “Mistletoes and Margaritas” website.
And finally … Esperanza Spalding turns 36 today.