Hinkle Family Fun Center takes issue with Topgolf opening while it's forced to remain closed

It’s crazy how people can seem so sure about something they know nothing about even when confronted with someone who has first hand experience. I literally work there. I’ve seen 100 plus people at work at once, and our company Scheduling app shows more than 300 for our venue. You clearly have no idea how many people it takes to run a facility that big. They pay better than other restaurants around town, so why don’t you yell at them to pay better? You don’t like golf that’s cool, you don’t like an eyesore fine, you hate their tax incentives dope. But like I said you shouldn’t make hasty generalization about stuff you know nothing about.

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