June 24, 2017

►    Customer Feedback:  Customers Heidi & Sturdy T., of Dublin, NH rated their general shopping experience with us as Excellent.  “Good, knowledgeable sales people.  Allison awesome; Mia was great, they worked well together.”  Did any of our team members do an unusually good job?  “See above.  Allison has superb follow-up, as did Mia.  Very impressive. Great Sales Team.”  Sales help, communication, operations people and product performance were all rated Excellent.  “Sales staff was excellent!  Warehouse was excellent!  Brochures were good.  So far what we bought is great – time will tell better.”  They would recommend us to a friend.  “Great selection, good prices, helpful salespeople.” What do we do really well?  “I do not want to minimize Mia’s help, she was extremely helpful and also followed up with us.  We started with Allison a year ago.  She was very patient and helped us along.  A year later we bought our furniture.  She was so patient and helpful.”

►    New advertising and weekly specials start Sunday, June 18: “Super Summer Savings”. Everything else continues from last week.

►    Happy Birthday to Patrick, on Friday, June 23.

►    We are currently not hiring for any positions in the store or the warehouse, but we are hiring in the office.  Please let people know who are inquiring.

►    Events during the next couple of weeks:

         June 24:  Happy Birthday Patrick and Rose:  FREE birthday cake in the coffee shop, while supplies last.

         June 28:  SABER grill Visa Card Factory Rebate sale begins.

         June 30:  Final day Maytronics Factory Rebates.  Save up to $125.

         July 1-3:  FREE Independence Day Gifts while supplies last.

         July 1:  Summer store hours start:  Mon – Fri 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Sat 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Sun 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM

         July 4:  CLOSED ~ Happy Independence Day.

         July 8-9:  Customer Appreciation Days: Free Gifts with any purchase, while they last.

►     All In A Day’s Work by Reader’s Digest:

Clueless clients are a workplace menace, as these e-mails to various graphic artists prove:

  • “I want a website just like YouTube, but without videos.”
  • “Can you make the ‘plus’ sign less religious?”
  • “If I hire you, do I really have to pay you?”