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Rude behavior

Posted Fri July 24, 2015 10:34 am, by J D. written to Dollar Tree Stores, Inc.

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I was 1 of 2 customers (both seniors) who arrived as the store on CR 54 opened. The manager insist I had to move my bicycle from out front of the store due to an "incident" which recently occurred. It didn't matter that I would only be inside a matter of minutes.

I would hope this won't occur again in the future. The store on U.S. 19 doesn't complain about my bike being right out front. Both stores are in New Port Richey.


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by Harleycat Posted Sat July 25, 2015 @ 12:21 AM

They may have had an incident and the insurance company got involved.
If that happened they may have told them that they will not cover any
more claims involving bikes in front of the store. If that was the
case however, they should have posted a sign and supplied a bike rack
in another area.

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supplied a bike rack by Bill R. Sat July 25, 2015 @ 1:07 PM

by olie Posted Fri July 24, 2015 @ 5:48 PM

If the store or city provides a bike rack, and you use that, you're
good.

If you and/or your friend are inadvertently blocking the sidewalk or
the entrance to the store, you should move your bike(s). Be
considerate of other possible customers.

The manager gave you a perfectly good reason for asking you to move
your bike(s). Something had happened recently, and it involved a bike
outside the store. The manager wants to avoid that happening again.

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by Bill R. Posted Fri July 24, 2015 @ 11:27 AM

J.D.,

Sounds like a potential trip hazard to me.

We have quite a few aged bikers here but they manage to place their
bikes over to the side in non traffic areas. The ones that don't are
teens that will learn that courtesy in time.

In the case of "only be inside a matter of minutes" at 63 that does
not mean what it did for me in my twenties so park it off to the side,
take your time and not trip somebody or worse.

BillR.

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I think you would know by now by McJohn Fri July 24, 2015 @ 12:13 PM




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