I went to Target in Carrollton, Ga. a few months ago with my Grandson.
We go to the snack bar and i order a hotdog and drink and the attendant tells me that the hotdog machine is broken and I say ok just give me a soda then, not thinking too much about it. Then a couple of months later I go in again to the snack bar and order a hotdog and drink and I am told by the attendant that the hotdog machine is broke. I said I came in a couple of months ago and it was broken then what's up. She said that the hotdog machine has been broken for over a year!
And by this point I am not pleased and I said well why don't you tkr the hotdog sign down then and she said that they weren't allowed to. Is it me or is that insane to have a machine broken for over a year not fixed or replaced and you want take the sign down so customers won't be asking for a hotdog. Furthermore what kind of management would let this kind of problem go unsolved. Ridiculous!
It's not about a *** hotdog it's about the principle of the matter.
I can assure you if my hotdog machine, if I had one at home was broken I would repair it or buy a new one. Hello Target what a concept!
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