"Family disagreements are never pleasant, but this lawsuit is incredibly
sad. The assertions in the complaint are completely unfounded and they will
be addressed in due course. None of this will affect the business or
continued success of Harbor Freight Tools."
Where did it say they were closing their doors? Sounds like unhappy
customers trying to start business-damaging rumors in retaliation.
Their catalog just came in the mail and at the top in BIG letters it says,
"EVERYTHING MUST GO"
So you are doing exactly what you accuse the other person if doing. Assumin
g I'll intent when there was none. First thing out my my husband's mouth wa
s that exact exclamation. "Is Harbor Freight going out of business?"
And to the guy who you commented to about them having poor quality tools.
Sir, there are MANY a young guys just starting out that can't afford top qu
ality tools. This is where they all can look back to for getting them on th
eir feet. Not everyone is born with a silver spoon and this is where those
others start. Harbor Freight! Then with hard work and a paycheck they can g
et top quality tools.
I personally love this place. I'm not a Gorilla, I don't need top of the li
ne tools. I need something that can get me through a small house repair or
quick farm fix.
I hope all goes well with what ever issue Harbor Freight may have if there
is on and we can continue to shop at a great place.
firstname.lastname@example.org posted for all of us...
Everything must go! What does that mean? They want to sell everything...
Everything is on sale! Yeah we know that, they don't want to keep inventory.
All credit applications accepted! Yeah, doesn't mean they will be approved-
or at VERY high rates.
Once again, advertising strikes and the value is what you put on it.
On Friday, March 22, 2019 at 1:24:23 PM UTC-4, Ralph Mowery wrote:
Fact that the thread is 7 years old should be enough. HF isn't the first
company that frequently has these everything must go events. If someone
wanted to challenge it, HF could argue what does "everything" really mean?
Everything they want to sell on sale, or everything in the store? What does
must go, mean? At any price, no matter what, or that it's their goal to
move everything at the sale prices, etc. Mostly, it's what we call sales puffery.
I've seen stores with big signs that say "Going Out for Business",
figuring people will misread that.
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