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At your service

Durango restaurants keep it personal in the age of technology
Michelle Gelles, a waitress at Olde Tymer’s, shows genuine interest in a guest arriving at the restaurant for lunch. Interpersonal skills such as caring for others arises from the heart, but is reinforced in good service training.
Corel Miller, a manager at Olde Tymer’s on Main Avenue, double-checks a customer’s lunch order that was entered with a handheld wireless device.
Priscilla Hays, a waitress at Olde Tymer’s on Main Avenue, holds the door for a customer.
Michelle Gelles, a waitress at Olde Tymer’s on Main Avenue, changes the menu board after the lunch hour.
Priscilla Hays, a server at Olde Tymer’s on Main Avenue, picks up a lunch order from the kitchen. Manager Mike Shepherd said service standards have not changed with technology.

At your service

Michelle Gelles, a waitress at Olde Tymer’s, shows genuine interest in a guest arriving at the restaurant for lunch. Interpersonal skills such as caring for others arises from the heart, but is reinforced in good service training.
Corel Miller, a manager at Olde Tymer’s on Main Avenue, double-checks a customer’s lunch order that was entered with a handheld wireless device.
Priscilla Hays, a waitress at Olde Tymer’s on Main Avenue, holds the door for a customer.
Michelle Gelles, a waitress at Olde Tymer’s on Main Avenue, changes the menu board after the lunch hour.
Priscilla Hays, a server at Olde Tymer’s on Main Avenue, picks up a lunch order from the kitchen. Manager Mike Shepherd said service standards have not changed with technology.
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