I guarantee I'll be walking out of your shop at the hint of away in a manger and will support stores who are interested in keeping their customers and not scaring them away! :-)
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Comment by tonyhughes, on 1-Dec-2007 10:50
Comment by alasta, on 1-Dec-2007 12:30
I agree completely. I usually wait at the bus stop outside Kircaldies when I travel home each evening and I'm getting sick of being subjected to the annoying Christmas music that they have playing through speakers in the overhead shelter.
Comment by Frank, on 1-Dec-2007 13:16
I could not agree more! However some of us retailers do not have
much any choice in the matter...
Comment by nate, on 1-Dec-2007 14:22
At least you know the words and can sing along!
Comment by allan, on 2-Dec-2007 15:50
Sounds a just a little bah-humbug.....
Comment by paradoxsm, on 2-Dec-2007 19:49
I do not know the words to any christmas songs asides from jingle bells batman smells robin ran away.
I was at Sylvia park Friday and bought $300 worth of clothing as well as fitted a suit,, from the only 2 stores that were void of christmas carols. (the other shop was so bad I could not even go there to buy the RTR countdown shirt I wanted.)
Play them in the week leading up to christmas maybe but not way back in November ARGH!!!!!
And remember, buy Kiwi-made this Christmas. (Which means you can totally avoid The Warehouse)
Comment by mobygeek, on 3-Dec-2007 11:05
We have the radio on, can't help it if they play carols? They were threatening to play the first carol of the year back in February, from memory... Sometimes I would like to shoot the radio!
Comment by lugh, on 3-Dec-2007 12:25
What? Is Christmas coming? I hadn't noticed. ;-) @paradoxsm - ironically The Warehouse have posters up saying they proudly support Kiwimade.
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