Quotes from Pfaff Customers
“The Old Fashion Soda Fountain is still as popular as it was in the beginning, offering cold sodas, thick malts, tasty frappes…and you can still get Penny candy!! Pfaff’s Birthday Mirror is a tourist attraction, along with a being a hit with the locals. Your birthday is put into a book of birthdays collected over the years, and then each day all the birthdays of that day are written on the Mirror and if you are listed you receive a free ice cream cone, honoring you on your special day. Those who have moved out of the area, often return to make sure their birthday is still on the mirror.”
I’ve been coming and setting on the fountain since I opened The Bicycle Shop, back in the 70’s, right around the corner. This was place for breakfast, lunch and having a darn good time. It’s my second home from home.
– Chris Endenburg
I was dragged down here by Chris. Plus it’s a friendly atmosphere. You meet a lot of good people here…and it’s a great pharmacy. Pharmacists go out of there way to protect their customers.
– John McCaleb
There are several reasons whyI have chosen to buy my prescriptionsat Pfaff Pharmacy. Each of thepharmacists as well as each staffmember is always willing to takethe time to answer any questionsthat I may have, they always gothe extra mile to explain thingsthat I need to understand. Butthere’s MORE…they have a greatselection of greeting cards, candles,seasonal items and many religious itemsfrom which to choose. I thinkPfaff Pharmacy is Grand Haven’sbest kept secret.
– Norma Sodini
They always make me feel like I’m their one and only customer.
– Sue Piasecki
Since I was in my teens living on FranklinStreet, Pfaff’s drug store has beena special place. I’ve never felt I wasjust a customer but a ‘special person’.The pharmacists became peopleI could trust and call on for advice. AsI grew old they still were there to answerquestions and to depend on. And thestore! A real drug store not only thedrugs you needed but unexpectedtreasures, conversations with friends,you didn’t have to be a stranger. Themost important thing I’ve found there wastrust and confidence in their service.
– Norma Achterhof