Some people at Trader Joe's are listed at
http://google.com by entering in quotes
Within the quotes before the at sign use an asterisk.
Names of the principle people at Trader Joe's are
found at the Kirstein Business Branch Boston Public Library
for example or try your favorite library
Use the examples from google to construct addresses for email
for other Trader Joe's people.
Please reply with Trader Joe's addresses for email for some of the
more responsive Trader Joe's departments, people.
The TJ website gives a lot of information but does not offer any
address to send customer input or questions. If one were just burning
with desire to send them a comment or question, he or she could try
this method in hopes of reaching someone who would pass it on to the
right person for attention. But TJ's practice is to encourage
customers to speak directly to the manager staff at the store. I have
found them very responsive when you do that. -aem
The web site provides two addresses for paper mail, and a phone number.
There is a type of customer who likes to whine, instead of offer
constructive criticism. My dad's company had a file full of these people.
The same ones would find something wrong with a food product every 3 weeks.
Perhaps Trader Joe's finds that if person has to lift an arm to put on a
stamp, and then go to a mail box, they actually have something valid to say.
Maybe e-mail makes it too easy to whine for no reason.
Trader Joe's is ridiculously frustrating. Anybody with any sense knows
they could expand, oh, ten-fold before they'd saturate the market.
Instead they've built like three new stores while Whole Foods has
quadrupled. They've been around probably twenty years but FINALLY
build a store in Manhattan -- and it's a half-hour wait to get inside
on weekend afternoons. They're privately held so they can do what they
want, but it'd be nice if they listened to us and EXPANDED already.
It happens whenever Wegman's opens a store in a region that's new to the
company. You'd have to visit one to understand. It's not unusual to have
800-1000 people in the parking lot waiting for the doors to open for the
My the things one finds out in a trollfest! Which years were you
forced to shop at Albertson's or Smith's?
And how did I miss you? Unless, I didn't...By any chance did you ever
drive a red Volkswagen? If so, sorry about that.
some of us here are sysadmins, and network admins, and even Windows
admins. clubbing baby harp seals would a socially acceptable step
To be fair to poor Doug, he actually was using the AP Stylebook for
its intended purpose this time, unlike yesterday. He even got the
basic rules right. He simply made the common mistake of adhering to
one of them too rigidly, thus violating the whole purpose of having
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