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Date Posted: 20:22:52 05/29/17 Mon
Author: back in. The front entry was that short of a walk
Subject: Did attend and yes, there is a short overhang over the doorway being spoken about; however, watched many people go out those doors to take pictures past the overhang and try to get back in and waved off by the parks person, along with being yelled at through the glass. If rain began and came suddenly as it did several times on Sunday, then people were caught out in it and not allowed
In reply to: -- 's message, "For those who did not attend and are not aware- the area was covered and protected from rain, walking around was really no big deal and it was not a far walk at all. We are all sorry for your loss but using the death of a young one to get back inside a building you were locked out of is a bit inappropriate" on 19:51:59 05/29/17 Mon

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  • "Short overhang" was enough to protect dancers from rain. Point blank- it was a short walk, the dress would not have gotten wet nor the soft shoes. Probably wasted more time arguing with the employee than just walking around to the front doors. I understand the parks person was difficult, but you have to cut your losses at some point and accept that they will not work with you or help you out (NT) -- -, 20:35:08 05/29/17 Mon
  • So, dancers should stand under the short overhang for how long? Where you out there in the rain? Do you know if it was a downpour or a simple sprinkle? Can you adequately judge? No, you can't. Some people are hypersensitive about a $3,000 dress getting wet, point blank. The door should have been clearly marked "NO RE-ENTRY" or the person should have said something to those exiting out the door. -- saw her reprimand someone for holding the door, too, 20:50:10 05/29/17 Mon
  • I don't think the short walk or the overhang was the point - of course people could walk it. I think the point was the nastiness of the ShowPlace employee - she was really super rude, needlessly. That's not how to run a business. It's not Hurley's fault and no one says it is. (NT) -- mom, 07:22:59 05/31/17 Wed

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