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  • stockmaster030403 stockmaster030403 Jan 12, 2008 3:43 PM Flag

    nasty hoosiers

    This company was started and run by grumpy nasty old Indiana hoosiers. They think they are better than anyone else (which is easy to do in Indiana- a land full of white trash and rednecks). They are mean and nasty to everyone.

    I suggest to stay away from this stock. Stay away from HHGregg. Avoid it like the plague.

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    • ben7rocks@verizon.net ben7rocks Feb 6, 2009 2:31 PM Flag

      this stock has almost tripled in a year. former employee, it is a very well run company that is giving best buy run for its money signed white trash red neck. your an idoit no wonder the economy is in the shape that its in!

    • Sounds to me like someone did not the deal he or she was looking for. This company has taken a steady and methodical path over the years to grow unlike other companies such as Circuit City, Rex and others. What is the status of those companies today? I have absolutely no problem with a company who employs commissioned sales people. They are more likely to have better product knowledge and will generally go the extra mile to insure customer satisfaction. Just because Best Buy (followed by Circuit City) does it this way does not insure the lowest price. Remember, the lowest price is not always the lowest cost.

      PS: Hoosiers are generally pretty good people and only have a small amount of red necks living the state. :)

    • I met Gregg at a colts game and found him very pleasant. Some of the nicest Yankees I know are from Indiana, and I am a die hard Southerner. This company might just be well positioned to not only survive but thrive.

 
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