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Laure VanAsselt April 16, 2014 at 09:38 AM
Don't speak for me, I definitely want a hobby lobby in the old Lowes location. If I stopped goingRead Morep laces that had different views than I, my shopping would be very limited. (Chick filet comes to mind). This is the United States and the heads of these corporations are free to do as they believe. You are free too. Free to not shop there if you don't like it. I am also free to live my own life without you implying what I should do.
missmary April 16, 2014 at 10:47 AM
I am truly amazed that Hobby lobby can maintain the number of stores that they do. My sister isRead Moreemp loyed at the store on 75th street and maintains that traffic is moderate at best. They're not busy at all to say the least. They do serve an unique demographic - it just amazes me that they would choose the oswego area to open a store - I can't see the store bringing in enough business to justify an opening, especially with another store of similar nature so close and already established. Michaels and Hobbly Lobby sell very similar merchandise - Each store sells items that differ, but not enough to garner a lot of unique market share. Each store will also bring its own (or keep) loyal customer base. For me personally - a store or establishement that would bring more sales tax income into the oswego area would be a bigger draw. A broader appeal. That is MY opinion. I'm not a big fan of Hobby Lobby - never have been. And it has nothing to do with their political/religious views. I guess if that's really what's coming into Lowes - then I can hold out hope that the old Dominicks location brings something thats more useful.
Matt W. April 16, 2014 at 10:57 AM
@ Laure - I wasn't speaking for you, and I apologize if what I wrote came across that way. I'mRead Morehapp y there is going to be something filling that huge vacant space, but it is just a place that my family and I don't really every find the need to go to. My comment was more directed at the fact that this is hardly news at all.
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Laure VanAsselt March 25, 2014 at 07:46 AM
On the patch front page below any entry on this blog, it says silly pots
Roy Rumaner March 25, 2014 at 11:54 AM
The entry you are referring to appears to be a business listing and these posts are on thatRead Morearticle. Believe me, she is in no way affiliated with Silly Pots.
Roy Rumaner March 25, 2014 at 01:14 PM
I think what you are referring to is their daily menu updates. I like that they are doing that so I Read Morecan decide if I want to stop in that night or not. I wish more local places would do that too. Firehouse Pizza and Pub posts their specials on Facebook which is also helpful. In these days of social networking, businesses are just starting to understand how to connect to their customer base. I think over time we will see a lot more businesses using Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites like Foursquare and Foodspotting to generate business. It is a lot cheaper than print advertising would be.
Cindy March 11, 2014 at 05:48 PM
Ugh, I have ranted against football for years, about how rough and violent it is. How can anybodyRead Morebe capable of TACKLING someone?? I would croak if my husband or sons were into football. And then you are meeting at a "pub"? Where they serve alcohol? How can you keep a place like that in business? I have ranted against alcohol for years, too!
Joe Halder March 13, 2014 at 09:32 AM
Cindy, It was fun while it lasted, flagged as inappropriate.
Roy Rumaner March 05, 2014 at 02:52 PM
Walt, I am still waiting for you to give me some proof that Cindy is part of a Robo Response group. Read More As for Cindy, I think she is just some old woman who lives by herself with her cats and dozens of dusty bibles that she reads all day. Her idea of fun is rearranging the shelves of her pantry and making sure that there is no alcohol in anything she bought so she doesn't spontaneously combust from it just being in her general vicinity. She probably lived during Prohibition and with her Alzheimers she thinks she is still there.
Hector March 05, 2014 at 06:19 PM
I googled robo response and found nothing related to gaming. Me think Walter is smoking some good Read Morestuff. Perhaps he should heed Cindy's advice????
Laure VanAsselt March 06, 2014 at 10:49 AM
Doesn't Cindy serve alcohol at silly pots?
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