Why is this concept so complicated?? Even the help-if you can find one, and one willign to stop lol- does not have a clue what is acutally in the store; this woudl be trivial to solve but costco wont for some bizzaro reason.
So, this is well run??? Sez who-people without a clue??? Hellooooooo! lol
ALL IMO ONLY!!!
right Sarc, there is no debate you have a flair for the obvious (hmm quite simialr to Kev.. hey wait a minute lol)... but as has been pointed out many MANY times before the debate is NOT that costco does well, in this case revenue, the 'debate' (though there hardly is on in my opinion) is coudl costco be better manged and do far BETTER? Answer, as I have shown IMO time and again is YES THEY COUDL BE FAR BETTTER RUN imo only! there only been like a zillion examples and posts and you stil larent 'getting it'? yikes!
IMO ONLY !
ok, this is not the first time nimrod has made this comment about a "store directory"
this isnt a shopping mall where he needs to see what wing to go down to find ben and jerrys or auntie annes pretzels.
Costco is usually a rectangular building with high ceilings. unless you have more chins than a chinese phone book you can look up and see where anything is located. produce/frozen goods/food? in one area. electronics? in one area. clothing? in in one area furniture? in one area. etc.. how hard is it to grasp such an easy concept? does he want store greeters to give him a rectangle with a map? granted i am taller and in a lot better shape than nimrod, but i can walk down the main aisles (also a rectangle) in about 2 minutes to see where anything is located. in fact when i have been in a costco when i have been out of town here is a clue...."they are almost identical"
if he was taller that 5'4" and less than 340 lbs he could see things on the top shelves and bend over to items on the bottom shelves. somehow his weight disability is costcos fault, like the oreck vacuum that worked "exactly as advertised from the reviews he read"