Thank you. I was just passing on what I was told. Honestly, while I am a shareholder (not much, 500 shares), I don't track sales. I should. I went in with an empty canister to replace. The manager said he didn't think they had any left, but they had received them a few days earlier. He went to check, came back, and said they had sold a few cases since they arrived. It was nice to hear they hard sold. At the same time, it was not enjoyable walking around the store with my empty. In fact, as I was paying for a watch for my wife's birthday, the associate at the jewelry counter tried to scan my empty. I had not realized that she was scanning it, as i was watching the register and getting my payment out. She became a bit frustrated at the store for not marking things properly. I had bought it at BBBY.
Sorry, dude, but I have to ask. Are you an arrogant know-it-all. You give them a call. The number is 678-560-1296
Why do you come across as being so arrogant?
"Is that the claim your (you're) making?"
Yes, that's the CLAIM I'm making. What is the deal with you really? I'm only supplying information that I received as a customer.
The manager said they came in a few days ago. There were boxes full, he said. The blades continue to sell after the razor has been purchased. This is positive.
It is one more thing in the Groupon story. I can't see this NOT going to 20.00 by February.
Oh goodness, even a 2.8 billion payment doesn't hurt. So tell me, why will Starbucks close stores. I'm guessing that you are really hurting today.
No you didn't. You are not forced to subscribe to Sirius upon purchase of a new car. You have to call the company to subscribe. If the dealership does it for you, they still have to have a credit card. Did you buy your car with a credit card?
The problem with this post is stated in the title, "Seeking Alpha...." That's not necessarily a slate of articles, on any stock, that I trust.
Sure, sewer water. Be honest. Would you say that if Howard Schultz did not pen a letter that you believe is inconsistent with your beliefs? No, really, answer that question. Then, try to figure out why you feel a need to post here. If you are mad at the CEO, what does that have to do with the product? If you don't like the product and want to point that out, why do you slam the request of the CEO? You can't figure it out.
What it really comes down to is that you are mad about the REQUEST, and feel a need to slam the product. Which is it Referee, or you really a Line Judge? If you are really a Line Judge, you clearly are missing some big lines at SBUX.
To whom are you talking? By the way, I'm still not sure why you are on this board. SBUX is certainly not hurting. I stopped by today for my vanilla bean Frappucino. I went inside because there were 16 (yes, I did count them) cars waiting to order outside. SBUX was not hurt.
Is it difficulty you have with spelling, or perhaps hearing? You do know that the second syllable in Starbucks begins with the letter B, don't you? I understand. Many people cannot spell correctly. Either way, enjoy your cup of Dunkin'. I'm off to Starbucks.
based on your belief that Starbucks management did something against you, read the following. Perhaps you can come to understand what is really going on.
Oh, okay. We understand your role in this whole thing. Honestly, you can persuade more people by not trying to be funny and making up words. Anyway, the fact is, on a rainy day in Marietta, Georgia (yes, Georgia), three Starbucks are full. I know this because as a shareholder, I am curious if there is going to be an effect from the letter.
There is no "think so" about it. Facts speak for themselves. This company is very well run. Now, you can choose your "piece" over the stock, but I'm not sure why you have to brag about your insecurities here.