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March 15, 2006


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Great tip. You're actually creating a relationship based on loyalty which should always end up being beneficial for both parties.

The adverse is true too though. If you don't like the clerk you will more often than not detour away from their store.

Obviously the longer you keep visiting the same store and building the friendship with the clerk or store assistant the more beneficial the relationship will become.

This is definatly a win, win situation. I used to work in retail and the business I was in we worked with customers and it helped to know them a bit. They got a good deal and usually bought more for "stocking up " purposes. We made more money for our quota. I also made a few good friends and quite a bit of aquaintances. I still see some of my old customers out at other places and we all still recognize each other.

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