The let-me-have-my-discount/loyalty-card buyer.
There are no clocks on the wall, no windows to let you gaze outside and I wouldn’t be surprised if they pump oxygen throughout the store to keep you alert.
Please be under $200. There’s no way it’s under $200. How does this happen every time? Regardless, I’ll see you next week.
It’s all about presentation. I always sell more when I present Buffalo Exchange employees with nicely folded items and delicate fabrics on hangers than I do when I bring it all in dumped in an Ikea bag.
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Thinking you’re getting a “deal” at a store like Nordstrom Rack or an outlet.
Humans go crazy in December. From far away it might look like an ant hill on the sidewalk. Instead of crushing them with your shoe (RIP to all of the Wal-Mart employees who died this year) be courteous!
If I ask if you found everything okay, don’t give me a list of items that need to be re-stocked.
You would never, ever, EVER be rude to a retail worker or a cashier.