The Humane Thing to Do..
Put This Store Down!
This store is dying and needs to be put out of it's misery. Like our old cat, it just stopped functioning properly. The internal systems stopped working. The outward appearance deteriorated. It couldn't do the things it used to. It cost money to repair that the owners were not willing to spend. People didnt want to be around it anymore. They felt bad. In the end, it was obvious. We had it euthanized. Think about it, Kmart owners.
I have never been to this K-Mart without an issue..
I try to give places the benefit of the doubt, but this store is terrible. I have never been to K-Mart and had a positive experience. Not just that, I have never been to K-Mart without having a terrible experience.
The store in not clean. The employees are hardly ever friendly. They advertise things that they do not have (We were at K-Mart the day that an ad came out in the paper, before the store opened- only to find out they didn't have the item). They stopped me at the door once to ask if I'd paid for kitty litter because it wasn't in a bag. With a toddler in tow and my hands full, I had to prove that I'd paid for the kitty litter by pulling out my receipt. All this, even though we were 15 feet from the register (and clerk) I was rung up at.
I will never to go this K-Mart again. I'd much prefer to drive farther and go to Target, Safeway...actually, just about anywhere else!
Value shopper's mecca goes beyond the basics to offer everything from clothing to computers..
Since 1962, the big red K has come to stand for competitive prices and comprehensive inventory. Sprawling more than 80,000 square feet, the large store offers more than 60,000 products ranging from jewelry to video games. The varied selection also includes health and beauty supplies, electronics, furniture, housewares, sports equipment and toys. Popular brands include Martha Stewart Everyday, Route 66 and Joe Boxer. Value shoppers can also take advantage of services like photo processing and a pharmacy.
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