Ongoing preparations for next week....
Couldn't remember the different "thank you" expressions, but about.com does....

If something that has already been done for you, "Arigatou gozaimashita" can be used. It is often used by clerks at the store, or an office in the service industry. "Arigatou gozaimasu" is a general way of saying "Thank you". It can be used for either something that will be done or something that has been done. 
so des ne.
But then what is the meaning of domo arigato, Mr. Robato?

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