I learned one important lesson when I was in Business at my Day Old bread Store, It’s the first thing you learn and that’s never discuss Politics or Religion with your customers. Starbucks is wrong to ask customers so put forth their sentiments and send it to Uncle Sam no matter what the merit or non merit of the matter period !
While I’m here let me say a few words about big Dept. Stores asking customers for charitable donations . For example…I went to Wal-Mart and the greater came up to me and said “Would you mind give a donation to ————? I said listen I shop Wal-MArt to save money not give it away! They wan to collect a large stash of gelt (money )and go on T.V. and say look what we donated. You want to donate? use your own money not the costumers.I give to my own Charities at home and don’t need them to hit me up each and every time I shop’
..Let all tof these chartable organizations set up shop in front of store as such as Neman Marcus & not the Stores that cater to lower income shoppers.
So this was a bad move on Starbucks part Plain and simple/end
Gustoff Zhychick Says;
*And while your Here don’t forget to visit the Arhives!