A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from November 11, 2017
“I think you press ‘0’ to be connected with customer service because that’s the amount of help”

Many companies have the “press 0” telephone option to speak to a live representative. Kent Graham posted on Twitter on September 4, 2014:

“I think you press ‘0’ to be connected with customer service because that’s the amount of help they give you.”

“If you’d like to complain press 0 because that’s the number of people who care”—a similar saying—was posted on Twitter on October 6, 2011.


Twitter
betty cracker‏
@PayMe_Tons
If you’d like to complain press 0 because that’s the number of people who care.
10:48 PM - 6 Oct 2011

Twitter
Kent Graham‏
@KentWGraham
I think you press “0” to be connected with customer service because that’s the amount of help they give you.
7:48 PM - 4 Sep 2014

Twitter
Ted‏
@ForeverTed
When you wanna talk to customer service you have to press 0 because that represents your level of expectation of getting your case solved.
11:43 PM - 26 Sep 2014

Twitter
PTI Spartan‏
@pti_humari
I think you press “0” to be connected with customer service because that’s the amount of help they give you.
11:40 AM - 4 Jun 2016

Twitter
daniel shaikh‏
@daniel_shaikh
RT KentWGraham: I think you press “0” to be connected with customer service because that’s the amount of help they give you.
3:08 PM - 11 Nov 2017

Twitter
Chirag‏
@chirag_rachchh
I think you press “0” to be connected with customer service because that’s the amount of help they give you..
1:50 AM - 12 Nov 2017

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityWork/Businesses • Saturday, November 11, 2017 • Permalink