When the tornadoes hit Ball Ground in, I believe 2010, a good part of the town was without electricity and landlines for several days. What a time to discover I had let myself run out of a prescribed medicine that I must take daily. I drove to Ball Ground Pharmacy, hoping that perhaps they were open and had electricity. Well, you guys were open - without electricity. I told Jeff of my dilemma and, unlike the response you would receive from a CVS or a Walgreen's, Jeff immediately refilled my prescription. I had no cash, couldn't get money from the ATM because they systems were down, and because the pharmacy didn't have electricity, debit and credit cards could not be processed. Jeff's solution was to give me my meds and tell me to drop by in a few days, when electricity was restored, and pay then. I've never forgotten how y'all went "above and beyond" to take care of your customers during a time of crisis. I thought the days of that kind of service were long gone. I was wrong.