Demanding quality and sustainability should not be considered "nitpicky." If you are spending hard-earned time and money to purchase a tangible good or service, you have both the right and the responsibility to understand what you are purchasing.
Sunday, June 5, 2011
Why are you merchandising AFTER the register?
Why do stores pile up a bunch of stuff with big sale signs on them right AFTER the cash registers? I have actually thought once or twice, 'Oh, I could use that,' but if I've just stood in line for 30 minutes, there is just no way I am going to get back in line to buy one more item.
I think that maybe the stores are just out of space and don't have anywhere to put these things? It just seems silly.
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