A salesperson every aisle, but only one cashier.
My experience today was not an isolated one. If you go to this store, expect to be accosted by a sales person every few minutes, but don't expect to get the same service when it is time to check out. On a Saturday afternoon, three registers stood empty while the poor cashier at the returns center tried to handle the long line of people checking out. We decided there were plenty of other stores in town, left our goods at one of the empty cash registers and walked out.
Having formerly been a retail manager who would man a register myself and pull salespeople off the floor to do the same, I don't understand this method of management. Corporate headquarters should take a good look at this store (unless, of course, this is what they teach).
This one-stop tech superstore sells and repairs everything from PCs to iPods..
Since opening in 1984, this technology store has become a leading retailer in tech products and services. Home and office items include everything from PCs and scanners to Playstation 2s and office furniture. Their certified "Techknowledgists" repair and upgrade equipment on site--regardless of where it was purchased--and "Digital Living" specialists provide a variety of home installation and support packages. Many locations feature in-store training classes, from software applications to tech workshops.
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