Colton's Steak House & Grill - Bartlett TennesseeApology expected

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Last Saturday after the Memphis versus University of Tennessee game the fans coming back to Bartlett found out that many of their cars had been towed from the parking lot behind coltons steakhouse. The MATA buses had arranged a caravan and had been doing this for twenty years so everybody was suprised when coltons steakhouse had their cars towed. What was worse is that a number of these folkes were going to eat there when they got back from the game. They also were locked into the gates of the towing company and could not leave. That sounds like kidnapping to me and a major lawsuit from these folkes. Below is a message I sent to the Coltons office in Little Rock.

I think you should know that people are mighty upset about what happened at the Bartlett Coltons steakhouse on Saturday. Towing those cars and then locking up their owners was wrong and people are really angry over here near memphis. There is talk about a major boycott of all football fans if the Coltons does not apologize to these good people. Please do what is right and actually would improve your image and apologize for the whole thing. A concerned patron of colton who will not eat there until an apology is made to these poor folkes.

Please find out why this happened and what recourse these people have.


Perhaps coltons should issue an apology and that might settle it.

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