My husband and I went to McQueen's apple festival. We'd been there before and enjoyed the day. Although we went early in the day, my husband, a polite, quiet person, was still angry that evening from how he/we were treated. Parking was atrocious, and when he asked if he could park in a certain spot, he was barked at...literally...by an older man who clearly hated being there. These people need to remember who pays for their living and who owes whom! Later we got something to eat and stood to the side to listen to the music. We turned around to a middle-aged man telling us to "get out of the way," and rudely gesturing at us so he could take a picture. He was also a worker. Shame on them. The food signs were actually underneath the counters on food stands, so we didn't know what we could order til we got to the front of the long long lines. A young staff said this had been addressed in former years but ignored. We are close to retirement age and go many places. Neither we nor our families or friends will be going back to McQueens!!!
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