$ wrote:"Besides, what are you going to do with all your empties?"
oh I always take my empties to the BS...anything that resembles a beer bottle goes...
biegaman wrote:Not to be such a pest $, but again I'd rethink your logic. Returning your empties may be supporting TBS a lot more than buying your case of Mill Street or Magnotta there.
The argument could easily be made that you'd have a greater chance of accomplishing whatever it is you're trying to by actual going to the LCBO and buying up all of their good offerings and all the good seasonal products
SteelbackGuy wrote:Wait, I work there. I don't think this will be possible. What was I thinking?
$ wrote:SteelbackGuy wrote:Wait, I work there. I don't think this will be possible. What was I thinking?
You were thinking correctly! You can be the inside informant...
Just buy less from them and more from other sources. Easy to do.
Just think, one day, maybe maybe maybe you could own your own store...and hire the old lcbo managers to be your causal working no benefits workers
cirrosis wrote:the other option is to send the Beer Store an email stating why you think they "suck", they are listening and want input as to how they can improve their business.
Jon Walker wrote:It's a pointless exercise to "ban" either the LCBO or the BS for any duration of time.
Neither corp will be affected by the absence of a small minority of customers and really nothing quantifiable will be achieved beyond denying yourself some decent beer.
The goal here is to implement change by working WITH the system that exists not working AGAINST it.
Unless you can organize a group that would impact more than 10% of gross sales
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