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He added manufacturing capabilities to the site, including lumber and doors. By 1994, the post frame building division of the company was sold.

After a total of 5 calls to the store with an assurance of a call back…still nothing.

So I guess my question is does anyone look into this sort of thing to make our stores better? Go in a store and just observe the constant trail of paperwork and the lack of guest assistance due to the overwhelming load of sales paperwork and price changing. Just an observation and question to understand the real commitment. Additionally, if I have to go to that extent and trouble, I will post this letter on every home improvement blog/site I can find until I am tired of doing so.

So much that many times the full time employees are also doing paperwork on sales. Reply My experience was bad at Menards on State Street in Saginaw. The half dozen people I have told so far were equally surprised at your policy, and appalled at your service level to date.

began working on post frame buildings to help pay his bills.

Within a year, he found that he was hiring crews to handle the extra workload.

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