Nothing is more unpleasant than to go to a men's store that has merchandise of interest and quality only to encounter sales personnel who are (a) rude, (b) indifferent, (c) lacking knowledge of the goods they are selling, or (d) lazy. Rather than complaining about all the bad service we encounter, I'd like to start a thread about the "good guys". Here, in Southeast Michigan, are a few salesmen who, in my experience, make a difference: Brooks Bros. in Somerset Mall (Troy): Kyle Reynolds. A young man who has "hustle". Knows his stock. Aims to please. Goes out of his way to make sure the customer is taken care of to complete satisfaction. If something isn't quite right, Kyle is right on top of things. I think that Kyle intends to be the CEO of Brooks Bros. someday. I hope he does. Claymore Shop (Birmingham): Charley Marcuse. Another young man who has energy. Lots of personal fashion flair. Very personable. Has a good eye for matching. Offers good advice--especially for his age. Ludwik Menswear (Sterling Heights): Ludwik Labaj. A perfectionist. A true old world craftsman. Last year, he made a beautiful "true" bespoke suit for me. He is an artisan no matter what he does whether making a bespoke suit or doing a small alteration. He is fussy and will not be satisfied until every small detail is "just so". If something is ever not to satisfaction, he says "Bring it back!" Nordstroms in Somerset Mall (Troy): The shoe department. I wish I knew their names, but the staff is always great. Very polite and patient. Really interested in finding just the right shoe. They take pride in their work and product. This is my list. Who in your cities and towns are the great salesmen?