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Thought I'd tell you about a good experience I had recently while traveling with my PA 6-year-old son.
Nothing too important, but places that show concern and are proactive should get recognition.
Was traveling to Marquette, MI. Stopped at a Chili's in, I believe, Sheboygan. Someplace right off the highway.
Anyway, told the server that my son had the PA. She told the chef and the manager. The manager came out with a big book of the most common allergies and which foods would be safe for those suffering from them.
We went over the book, discussed what my son would be ordering. Even talked about what we (dad, mom, grandma) would be ordering and checked.
It was nice, and all too rare to have this kind of experience.
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