This Store Sucks Wow. Well to some it up this store sucks. Most of management is very over weight very slow at tasks and seem to hire nothing but retries to provide service to a vast majority customer base that is primarily middle age to younger people. Every time i go in to this particular store i wonder how long its going to take the 70-85 year old woman with a hump in her back to get me out of line or if he or she will hear me do to there hearing aid being turned to low. Then when in departments shopping the usually over weight and very slow women that look like they just rolled out of bed and put a stained t on seem to never be concentrated on job task only talking to there co-workers. Not to mention when ever you have a question there never seems to be anyone in existence that know the answer to your question if you can even find anyone at all. There brand of customer service seems to be having some decrepit old fart already receiving ssi benefits and collecting retirement stand at the entrance and saying hello to you. wile he or she is only working there to have new laminate installed in there 55+ mobile home or house or just for something to do, wile taking another job from more competent individuals and sucking at there position all at the same time. No the way current over weight management runs this place is as big a joke as the work ethic these people present every day. Take it from me this is a walmart but they really do all suck at there jobs and are all for the most part over weight and incompetent. Another thing before i leave one of the worst this at this store is the fact that non of the retirees at the registers seem to be able to supply the demand for the amount of customers that enter the store daily. They to are all very over weight and very slow at ringing people up i know this because i always stand in line more then 10 minutes each trip
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What started as Sam Walton's vision in 1962 now accounts for more than $200 billion in annual sales. The well-respected discount store emphasizes value, customer care and variety. Thirty-six departments offer everything from shoes to DVD players, including apparel, health and beauty products, electronics, toys, fabrics, craft supplies, jewelry and outdoor equipment. Popular clothing lines include Levi Strauss, Wrangler and No Boundaries. In addition to a wide range of computer equipment, Wal-Mart Connect Internet service is also available.
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