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Walmart has really gotten bad lately, Sam Walton used to snek around other stores and phoned to lower prices when he saw they had a better one, now... NOW they FIRE cashiers for price-matching unless the customer brings it up, just last week I joked about pricematching the milk and only then did the cashier reprice the milk, I couldn't believe it!
If Sam Walton came back from the grave he'd go to Bentonville and beat his sons' behinds until they bled!
Publix is not on the list because it truly is a pleasure to shop there. Clean, quantity, and quality. The latest joke amoung the employees is "If the planes, trains and automobiles don't come through the store today it has been a good day"
The "baggers" are also helpful.
I like HEB (a Texas based chain). They just remodeled and enlarged my local store (it was clean, just not big enough for the business they do). I spend my money there (as opposed to Wal-Mart) because they hire people with a variety of physical and mental disabilities. I know my $$ is going to employ people that other companies (Wal-Mart) see as unemployable. It seems to be a good company.
the problem with walmart is that when ever one goes in, the economy in that area goes down immediatrely. They are shutting out all the MomandPop stores nation wide. They bring in second rate **** from China that isn't worth 2 cents and AMericans climb all over it. If you don't believe me take a look at the list of richest people in the world, there are THREE Waltons on that list and they didn't get that way from being nice!
Americans need to take back America and STOP shopping this second rate hell hole!
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