Wal Mart: Push a Button and Wait

When I’m looking for the the ultimate customer experiece,Wal Mart doesn’t come to mind. Like billions of shoppers on the planet, it’s promise of low prices. I spend nearly $2500 a year at the West Sacramento, Wal Mart. The average family spends more than $5100 a year at a Wal Mart. Most of MY dollarsContinue reading “Wal Mart: Push a Button and Wait”

The best and the WORST

Pinky up, I can honestly say, I don’t buy any of those tabloids, The National Enquirer, The Globe, that line the checkouts. I would never waste my cash my hard earned Robert Denerios. But, I have spent many minutes reading them in the checkouts. from time to time I have stepped out of line toContinue reading “The best and the WORST”

Chubby at Wal Mart

Say it isn’t so….the lower cost the store is the more chubenell the customer? Not sure where I heard that saying…it isn’t scientific. But its one of those statements where your first reaction is nooooo…then hmmm. In 2006, the Super Wal Mart store opened in Antelope, I noticed a large population of overweight customers. IContinue reading “Chubby at Wal Mart”