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Traffic Lights Soon Needed Inside Grocery Stores.

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Who has the right of way when trying to navigate around the excess displays in a grocery store?  It’s getting a little ridiculous.  Why does every aisle have to be loaded such that only one cart can pass at a time?  It causes too much congestion and makes me feel like I’m on an obstacle course.  I’m not going to buy an item because I have to trip over it — Stop the madness.  It doesn’t make for a pleasant shopping experience.

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  1. Michael Davison
    April 25th, 2016 at 23:11 | #1

    AMEN AMEN AMEN AMEN! I hate those displays. Sometimes I just want to knock them over, accidentally on purpose. I once stopped another shopper from picking things up after he accidentally knocked it over. LEAVE IT – I told him, and explained the store needed to deal with these messes as a natural consequence of blocking the aisles. He agreed. True story.

    One of these days I want to lead a boycott against any goods sold on those aisle-blocking displays. If shoppers did that, then they’d be gone in a flash!

  2. January 7th, 2010 at 03:13 | #2

    That’s pretty funny. At my store we have 3-tier baskets and they’re on every aisle. Its supposed to help with cross promotion sales but to be honest I never see anyone buy anything from them. All they do is take up space. Normally I would argue the case but you have a legitimate reason… I really like your blog by the way. Found it on bloggapedia.

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