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Re: “The Risky Business Location in Oro Valley Is Closed

I find Mr. Raynor's press release to be quite comical. I was previously employed by Risky's OV for many years and I know for a fact that the employees were not offered employment at other locations. There were people who worked for the company for over 8 years who had to find out they were unemployed by seeing a sign on the door when they showed up for work Tuesday. Obviously, the owners of Risky Business did not find the employees that "passionate or hard working" if they didn't even give them fair warning or atleast a personal phone call to let them know the situatuon. Clearly, this locally owned restaraunt who depends on loyal customers was not even loyal to its own employees.

Furthermore, Risky Business did not close because they could not keep up with the competition in the area. They closed the location because the owners simply chose to not invest in the restaraunt. They were losing business because the owners and management had allowed the place to turn into a dump with worn down bathrooms, mismatching wall colors and a cockroach infested kitchen. Risky Business could still be a fantastic place to eat and drink if the owners had put in a little bit of tender loving care.

It really is unfortunate that a place like Risky Business had to close down, but let's call it as it is- "you got to spend money to make money" and they were unwilling to do so. I just wish they could have been honest instead of blaming it on "too much competiton."

Posted by Anonymous22 on 02/11/2011 at 1:50 AM

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