On the April 7 edition of PlayMakers Talk Show, our guests were Mike and Toni Tuttle and Vickie Henry.
Mike and Toni Tuttle
Mike and Toni Tuttle are the owners of Sleepy Hollow Hideaway, a bed and breakfast just outside the city of McKinney. Once a part of a family cattle farm, Mike and Toni cleared the land, added to the house and developed a comfortable bed and breakfast home.
Over thirty 100-year-old native pecan trees provide precious shade and cooling breezes year-round. With over 9 acres of winding trails and wooded areas left in their natural state, you get to experience a variety of wildlife. Swings and benches along the way encourage you to stop, rest, and let nature give you the
gifts of relaxation and peace.
Mike is retired from J C Penney after 38 years of service. Toni is a retired registered nurse after serving the public for 35 years. The other residents of Sleepy Hollow Hideaway include Maggie, their Chocolate Lab (she’s the door bell telling all that you have arrived), their Border Collie, Lady, (who thinks that
everyone who comes to Sleepy Hollow Hideaway actually come to play with her), and last, but most important, is Toni’s horse SAM, a Tennessee walker, who is actually the King of his territory.
Vickie L. Henry is the CEO of FEEDBACK Plus, Inc.
Known as “America’s Mystery Shopper,” Vickie is a pioneer in the customer service industry and has owned Feedback Plus for 30 years.
She has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, “O” Magazine, Good Housekeeping, and Income Opportunity.
Vickie is the author of two books, “Feedback on Sales” and “Feedback on Calls,” President of Executive Women of Dallas, Merrill Lynch Entrepreneur of the Year nominee and the 2002 President of MSPA, the Mystery Shopping Providers Association.