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Clients Post 5-Star Product Reviews at blue sky scrubs
Date:9/16/2009

The hospital uniforms retailer blue sky scrubs, an Austin, TX based scrubs manufacturer, has posted their client ratings to their website.

Austin, TX (PRWEB) September 16, 2009 -- The hospital uniforms retailer blue sky scrubs, an Austin, TX-based scrubs manufacturer, has posted their client ratings to their website. "Ratings help potential clients make decisions on what they want to purchase and why," says blue sky scrubs CEO, David Marquardt. "It's important for reviews to be available to anyone who is interested in any product. It's the same as a reference check." blue sky scrubs enjoys ensuring every order is treated with care and every client is not only pleased, but thrilled.

blue sky scrubs chose RatePoint to host their reviews. RatePoint has a feature that allows each review to be made public on the blue sky scrubs website. Reviews can be found at this link http://www.blueskyscrubs.com/nursing-medical/about-blue-sky-scrubs/customer-testimonials/. Clients can also leave their feedback through that same page on the website.

So far, blue sky scrubs has received 21 reviews, has a 5-star rating, and has received three business awards: Customer Service, Consumer Approved, and Business Excellence. blue sky scrubs plans to continue the trend. What exactly are customers saying about blue sky scrubs? Below are some of the reviews blue sky has received from their clients (direct quotes from the website.)

 

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