Karin M Clawson (email@example.com)
Wed, 26 Feb 1997 11:35:15 EST
You may have received a ton of messages by now, but It actually depends
on where you go. 15% is safe anywhere in the country. In the South,
(Basically the States that were once Confederate States), you can get
away with 10%, but most people still tip 15%. If the service was really
goodor your party is more than Six or Seven people, you should tip 20% or
more. Never tip more than 30%, unless the service was REALLY good.
Hope this helps.
**Karin M. Clawson, C/2LT, CADET COMMANDER
**Santa Rosa Cadet Squadron 115, BSA Aviation Explorer Post 115
**GROUP 23, CALIFORNIA WING
**ICEA # 97
**"You're gonna do what!?!?!?!?!"
On Mon, 24 Feb 1997 17:53:13 -0600 firstname.lastname@example.org (Mark McCormack)
>I will be travelling again in June and this time it involves the USA.
>wondering about the ettiquette of tipping in that county as for here
>Australia it is almost unheard of. What warrants a tip, what
>the bill should it be.
>Australians have a notorious reputation for being lousy tippers
>is not part of our culture, it is something that someone else does.
>Thanks in advance