Ashley Park, Newnan
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Great place to walk around and shop! Shops and restaurants for everyone to enjoy! You can grab a cup of coffee, shop, eat lunch, shop, eat dinner....
Wonderful shopping area! Very clean and nice walk up and down the strip. Along the way there is beautiful scenery with rock and waterfalls/fountains. Not only is there shopping, but food and movie the... read more »
I love the stores and the home town feel of this shopping experience! M ost of the sales people treat you like old friends and make you feel welcome! the selection of stores is a very unique and good ... read more »
Ashley Park is a great place to shop! Key word here is shop! All this negativity, due to rules that are trying to regulate this Pokemon Go craze, is ridiculous. A prime goal of a shopping mall should be the safety of its customers & frankly, I'm appreciative that Ashley Park does this. They have great stores there. It's a nice, clean outdoor mall where I feel safe shopping.
Fair enough, it's the closet thing to a mall in Newnan. Sadly, even with 3 kids, the Security guards are sometimes rude, again a Newnan problem. If you look like an ATLien, or different in any way from the white bread norm, be prepared for discrimination. Oh yeah, upon 1st moving to this sad town in 2009, my husband rode his bicycle here to pay our phone bill (apparently bicycles are verboten here?!).. yes, we have a car,but it's healthy to ride bikes. .anyway, a security guard yelled at him as he was trying to lock his bike up. Seriously, security guard forcibly removed him from the property stating "No Bikes Allowed!" ..needless to say, i ended taking check up there myself in the car....7 yrs.later, this unpleasantness continues..
I've never been to a public place and felt so discriminated. Everyone here who thinks the guards and management are any thing close to good are lying to themselves. You know you are. I don't care that I will waste more gas, I am going to the Avenue. At least whoever that owns it isn't bankrupt
Y'all lost my buisness. I refuse to be harassed for my attire when I'm trying to shop. I can't wear a hoodie? Are you kidding? What am I suppose to do when I'm cold? Are you going to buy me a decent jacket? Also what about the Muslim women who where veils for religious reasons? And what were you thinking with the no more then a group of 4 people for 10 mins. Some families are larger then that. What are they going to do, split up? No authorized photography? So what I can't take pictures of the Christmas decorations or anything with my phone? Do you realize how many people take snapshots there? A lot. Also I window shop. Does that mean if I don't buy anything within 60 mins I have to leave or I'm trespassing? All of this over a game? Do you not like the foot traffic and money you were making? Do you not want it to be a family place where everyone feels welcomed? The way you're handling people playing a game is very close minded and is affecting families and the businesses there and you are putting a totally wrong message out there in the community. So no until y'all get off your freaking high horse I will not shop there. I DO NOT feel welcomed at all. PTC will be getting my time and money instead.
Ashley Park has made a grave error in "retaliation" to Pokemon Go by announcing strict rules for the property to be adhered to by everyone. Which includes adults, like myself, who have spent large sums of money at retail stores located on the property. I understand some rules are necessary to maintain a certain atmosphere, so that all shoppers are comfortable, but when you go too far with these rules, you will encounter a backlash that I hope the retail stores there are prepared to handle. I sincerely regret the decision Ashley Park Management made to enforce such rules, as many customers will simply shop in Peachtree City or the mall in Lagrange. At least the "perpetrators" are playing a simple game on their phones, as opposed to robbing or hurting people, doing drugs in front of the shops, exposing themselves to children, like they do in other cities. But we understand how Pokemon Go leads to these unlawful acts, so much so that there was a need to create & enforce such an oppressive list of directives to be followed by every individual who steps foot on the property. No thank you! 👎
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