Rover Finds Answer About Gift Cards From Recently Closed Restaurant, Updates Gas Station’s Response | New

Q: I see Hermann’s has closed. How to get a refund for our gift vouchers?

A: Rover couldn’t find anything on refunds, but on Hermann’s Café and Restaurant Facebook page, there was a post dated August 15 that read:

“We received many inquiries regarding gift cards purchased at Hermann’s Restaurant, prior to closing for the season. These gift cards will be honored and redeemable at the Dockside Inn in Cadillac West, as we share the same POS system at both locations.

The post also said that if anyone had any questions, they could private message the Hermann’s Café and Restaurant or Dockside Inn Facebook pages. If you don’t have social media, Rover assumes you can also call the Dockside Inn. The number is (231) 775-9322. There is also an email address you can use. That is, [email protected]

Q UPDATE: Wesco and Meijer gas stations are closed at Cadillac. What is happening at each location and when will they reopen?

A: Rover found out when he called customer service that the Cadillac Wesco location was being renovated. Rover also discovered on the Wesco website that the Cadillac remodel is one of three locations to be remodeled in 2022. The other locations are Ludington, Muskegon. The work includes adding an increased focus on its new categories, space layout and customer service. The renovations and future new locations will resemble the Wesco store that opened in Hudsonville in November 2021, according to the website. Rover found out this week that the Wesco will be open on November 21, but that will depend on materials and other factors.

As for the Cadillac Meijer location, Rover learned from store manager Brandon Sutton that the service station was having new tanks installed which would increase the capacity of the Cadillac Meijer Express. The project should be completed in early September.

When it reopens, the Cadillac Meijer Express will offer daily, 24-hour access to food and fuel, Sutton said. In addition to 10 refueling pumps, offering all grades of gasoline, including E85 and diesel, Sutton said it will offer take-out snacks, a lottery, freshly ground coffee, sliced ​​pizzas and lunch options like prepared sandwiches and ready meals. .

Michael N. Clark