Subway

deafREVIEWer

Started ordering a sandwich vocally as I speak as much as I can even though sign language is my first language, and the "sandwich artist" (if I got that right) started signing to me. I didn't catch her name, but she made my ordering experience so much easier! Can't say how much longer she'll be working there though! Tip: Don't be afraid to use sign language if you know it, even only A-B-C's! Even if it isn't needed with some customers, you'd really enhance the experiences of the few who would rather sign!

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