As Honda launched its collaboration with Al Ghanim, it proved to be number one in customer satisfaction (is it?) As much as I enjoyed the show and all that the Alghanim Honda team had to offer, I was kind of disappointed by the treatment I received by some of the staff. I was asked to change my seat, in a very rude manner, because “the second row is reserved for Al Ghanim Corporates.” Being the nosy person that I am, I turned to the lady next to me, introduced myself and asked her, “so do you work for Al Ghanim?”
“No, I don’t.”
“And the girls sitting in the front row?”
“No, these are my daughters and their cousins.”
Is this the customer satisfaction you have to offer? Lying to your guests JUST because you want to give their seats to someone you know? And even if the seats were reserved, you spent a whole lot of money on the show; you couldn’t have spent a couple extra KD to print out cards that read RESERVED? Sorry Honda, you messed up there. You also messed up when you made us wait two hours just to start the show and when it took almost 40 minutes to set up the stage for Al Jasmy’s band. BUT I must admit other that all that, the show itself was amazing!
They started the night with a traditional Kuwait Band named, “المعيوف و المجلي”
Then there was a switch from traditional Kuwaiti Music to a traditional Japanese band which was really cool.
After that the two different cultures merged to create an amazing mix of music.
And then, the most interesting and best part of the whole show was ASIMO – Asimo, is a robot who can walk, talk, move, shake hands, kick a ball, and dance just like we do!
Let’s not forget the amazing light show..
و ختمها مسك مع حسين الجسمي
Thank you Honda for an amazing show but no thanks for the hospitality! Sorry, if I am being harsh but the truth had to be said.
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