Patricia Saunders

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  • Comment on: Are budget high street stores competition?

    Patricia Saunders's comment | 19/01/2017 10:57 am

    We also have a WED2BE twenty minutes away from our store, and it is not any competition to us as we offer a totally different comprehensive service, more personal. If a bride in a family buys her dress from us then all her sisters also come to us. A good example on Saturday a bride came in with a quick wedding and then went on to WED2BE after two hours she phoned to ask if she could come back and buy from us. This happens on a regular basis, so no they are not competition to stores that give a good personal service. Their customers are not ours. Retailers should be more concerned about labels who let a discount store have all their samples to off load them, but, and I have confirmed this by posing as a bride, they can order from these samples any size and any colour still at a discount price because their stock samples do not cost them the price bona fide retailers pay. You have to sell five dresses from each sample to cover the cost you pay for your sample dress. Companies that supply these outlets should be boycotted, they want their cake and eat it.

  • Comment on: Are budget high street stores competition?

    Patricia Saunders's comment | 19/01/2017 10:57 am

    We also have a WED2BE twenty minutes away from our store, and it is not any competition to us as we offer a totally different comprehensive service, more personal. If a bride in a family buys her dress from us then all her sisters also come to us. A good example on Saturday a bride came in with a quick wedding and then went on to WED2BE after two hours she phoned to ask if she could come back and buy from us. This happens on a regular basis, so no they are not competition to stores that give a good personal service. Their customers are not ours. Retailers should be more concerned about labels who let a discount store have all their samples to off load them, but, and I have confirmed this by posing as a bride, they can order from these samples any size and any colour still at a discount price because their stock samples do not cost them the price bona fide retailers pay. You have to sell five dresses from each sample to cover the cost you pay for your sample dress. Companies that supply these outlets should be boycotted, they want their cake and eat it.

  • Comment on: Are budget high street stores competition?

    Patricia Saunders's comment | 19/01/2017 10:57 am

    We also have a WED2BE twenty minutes away from our store, and it is not any competition to us as we offer a totally different comprehensive service, more personal. If a bride in a family buys her dress from us then all her sisters also come to us. A good example on Saturday a bride came in with a quick wedding and then went on to WED2BE after two hours she phoned to ask if she could come back and buy from us. This happens on a regular basis, so no they are not competition to stores that give a good personal service. Their customers are not ours. Retailers should be more concerned about labels who let a discount store have all their samples to off load them, but, and I have confirmed this by posing as a bride, they can order from these samples any size and any colour still at a discount price because their stock samples do not cost them the price bona fide retailers pay. You have to sell five dresses from each sample to cover the cost you pay for your sample dress. Companies that supply these outlets should be boycotted, they want their cake and eat it.

  • Comment on: Are budget high street stores competition?

    Patricia Saunders's comment | 19/01/2017 10:57 am

    We also have a WED2BE twenty minutes away from our store, and it is not any competition to us as we offer a totally different comprehensive service, more personal. If a bride in a family buys her dress from us then all her sisters also come to us. A good example on Saturday a bride came in with a quick wedding and then went on to WED2BE after two hours she phoned to ask if she could come back and buy from us. This happens on a regular basis, so no they are not competition to stores that give a good personal service. Their customers are not ours. Retailers should be more concerned about labels who let a discount store have all their samples to off load them, but, and I have confirmed this by posing as a bride, they can order from these samples any size and any colour still at a discount price because their stock samples do not cost them the price bona fide retailers pay. You have to sell five dresses from each sample to cover the cost you pay for your sample dress. Companies that supply these outlets should be boycotted, they want their cake and eat it.

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