My girls went to the #movies tonight to see a rated "R" movie. The #policy clearly says must show photo ID. It DOES NOT say must show State Issued ID. My daughter is 17 and showed her school photo ID indicating she's a senior in high school. (I dont know any 16 year old seniors.) Daisy would not accept the school ID because it didn't show her birth date. She said my 20 year old daughter could not escort my 17 year old because she's not 21. Their policy does not say they will only accept certain forms of identification; it says photo ID. ♀️I spoke with Rebecca, Daisy's supervisor who said their policy clearly states in policy #4 that my daughter must show photo ID WITH proof of age. I told her she needed to read the entire sentence. It says IF SHE IS PURCHASING MORE THAN ONE #TICKET, she must show proof of age for each person. She was only purchasing one ticket. Rebecca then referred me to Somnuk, General Manager. Somnuk tried to say the same thing as Rebecca. She said my daughter would not be allowed in the theater without a photo ID showing her Date of Birth & she cited their policy. Again, I told her the policy doesn't support what she's saying. I told Somnuk she was making up policy as she was talking. Somnuk said she's just doing her job. I asked her how long she's been a general manager. She said about 1 year. Well that explains it!
I think Somnuk needs to be re-educated on their company policies cuz I knew it better than she did. She also told me since I wasn't staying to watch the movie with my girls, they would be escorted out of the building even tho tickets were sold to them. I told her they would be refunding me the entire cost of the tickets and the concession purchases. A very nice man named Kevin helped us with that. Moral of the story: if you're gonna cite rules, you should know them better than your customers. In this case, Rebecca and Somnuk had no clue what their company policy is. 2nd moral of the story: If I choose to argue with you, I guarantee I will always know policy better than you & I will always be right.
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