Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Stores Open on Christmas Day - December, 25th 2013

Top Stores and Businesses that will be open on Christmas Day


Not many U.S. businesses are open on Christmas. However, some drug stores, convenience stores, grocery stores, movie theaters, and restaurants are.

Below is a list of most of the major businesses that will be open on December, 25th 2013.


1. CVS
2. Walgreens
3. IHOP
4. Starbucks
5. Winn Dixie
6. Amazon.com
7. Kroger Stores
8. 7-11
9. Jack-in-the-Box
10. Burger King
11. McDonalds
12. Rite-Aid
13. Denny's
14. AMC Theaters
15. Boston Market - Some Locations
16. Buffalo Wild Wings
17. Panda Express - Some Locations
18. Sonic Drive-In
19. TGI Friday's
20. Family Dollar
21. Pathmark
22. Dunkin' Donuts
23. Cumberland Farms

Top Stores and Businesses that will be closed on Christmas Day


1. Walmart
2. Target
3. Home Depot
4. McDonalds
5. Old Navy
6. K-Mart
7. Toys-R-Us
8. The Gap
9. Sears
10.Best Buy
11. Arby's
12. Chick-Fil-A
13. Chipolte
14. Cracker Barrel
15. PF Chang's
16. KFC
17. Taco Bell
18. Qdoba
19. Olive Garden
20. Red Lobster
21. Wendy's
22. Macy's
23. Bloomingdales

Please comment if you know of any other stores or restaurants that will be open on Christmas Day December 25, 2012.

Stores Open on Thanksgiving Day 2013 - The New Black Friday

Stores That Will Be Open on Thanksgiving Day 2013


The trend for 2013 is for retail stores to start their Christmas shopping season on Thanksgiving Day. Thus creating the New Black Friday, which is actually on Thursday.

Below is a list of the largest U.S. retailers that are open on Thanksgiving Day.


Wal-Mart
Open November, 28 2013
Thanksgiving Hours: 6 p.m. to 12 a.m. (Many stores will be open 24 hours)

Kmart
Open November, 28 2013
Thanksgiving Hours: 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Sears
Open November, 28 2013
Thanksgiving Hours: 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.

J.C. Penney
Open November, 28 2013
Thanksgiving Hours: 7 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.

The Gap
Open November, 28 2013
Thanksgiving Hours: n/a

Banana Republic
Open November, 28 2013
Thanksgiving Hours: n/a

Old Navy
Open November, 28 2013
Thanksgiving Hours: 9 a.m to 7 p.m.

Michaels
Open November, 28 2013
Thanksgiving Hours: 4p.m. to 11 p.m.

Toys 'R Us
10:00 p.m.

Macy's
Midnight 11.24.11

Target
Open November, 28 2013
Thanksgiving Hours: 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Kohls
Open November, 28 2013
Thanksgiving Hours: 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

BestBuy
Open November, 28 2013
Thanksgiving Hours: 8 p.m. opening

Kroger 
Open November, 28 2013
Thanksgiving Hours: Open till 5 p.m.

Publix
Open November, 28 2013

Winn Dixie
Open November, 28 2013

Shopko
Open November, 28 2013

Bonton
Open November, 28 2013

Tanger Outlet Stores
Open November, 28 2013

Disney Stores
Open November, 28 2013

Big Lots
Open November, 28 2013

Apple Store
Open November, 28 2013

Staples
Open November, 28 2013




Tuesday, October 15, 2013

2014 Nascar Sprint Cup Schedule

2/15/2014 — Sprint Unlimited (Daytona)
2/20/2014 — Budweiser Duels (Daytona)
2/23/2014 — Daytona 500
3/2/2014 — Phoenix International Raceway
3/9/2014 — Las Vegas Motor Speedway
3/16/2014 — Bristol Motor Speedway
3/23/2014 — Auto Club Speedway
3/30/2014 — Martinsville Speedway
4/6/2014 — Texas Motor Speedway
4/12/2014 — Darlington Raceway
4/26/2014 — Richmond International Raceway
5/4/2014 — Talladega Superspeedway
5/10/2014 — Kansas Speedway
5/17/2014 — All-Star Race (Charlotte)
5/25/2014 — Charlotte Motor Speedway
6/1/2014 — Dover International Speedway
6/8/2014 — Pocono Raceway
6/15/2014 — Michigan International Speedway
6/22/2014 — Sonoma Raceway
6/28/2014 — Kentucky Speedway
7/5/2014 — Daytona International Speedway
7/13/2014 — New Hampshire Motor Speedway
7/27/2014 — Indianapolis Motor Speedway
8/3/2014 — Pocono Raceway
8/10/2014 — Watkins Glen International
8/17/2014 — Michigan International Speedway
8/23/2014 — Bristol Motor Speedway
8/31/2014 — Atlanta Motor Speedway
9/6/2014 — Richmond International Raceway
9/14/2014 — Chicagoland Speedway
9/21/2014 — New Hampshire Motor Speedway
9/28/2014 — Dover International Speedway
10/5/2014 — Kansas Speedway
10/11/2014 — Charlotte Motor Speedway
10/19/2014 — Talladega Superspeedway
10/26/2014 — Martinsville Speedway
11/2/2014 — Texas Motor Speedway
11/9/2014 — Phoenix International Raceway
11/16/2014 — Homestead-Miami Speedway

Thursday, October 3, 2013

1-800-FUCKYO is the Obamacare's HealthCare.gov's phone number

The phone number for HealthCare.gov, the phone number to reach your health care provider is 1-800-318-2596. This translates into 1-800-FUCKYO.

Considering the problems in setting up ObamaCare/The Affordable Health Care Act, this is a major p.r. disaster.


Monday, September 16, 2013

The 35 Most Controversial Sports Stars


1. Tim Tebow - NFL
2. Johnny Manziel -NCAA
3. Tiger Woods - PGA Tour
4. Aaron Hernandez - NFL
5. Clint Boyer - Nascar
6. Alex Hernandez - MLB
7. Dennis Rodman -NBA
7. Lance Armstrong - Tour DeFrance
8. Michael Vick - NFL
9. Ray Lewis - NFL
10. Pete Rose - MLB
11. Ndamukong Suh - NFL
12. Jay Cutler - NFL
13. Lebron James - NBA
14. Danica Patrick - Nascar
15. Manti Te'o - NFL
16. Floyd Landis - Tour DeFrance
17. Barry Bonds - MLB
18. Mark McGwire - MLB
19. Jose Canseco - MLB
20. Kurt Busch - Nascar
21. Kyle Busch -Nascar
22. Tony Romo - NFL
23. Serena Williams - Professional Tennis
24. Ben Roethlisberger - NFL
25. Mark Sanchez - NFL
26. Floyd Mayweather Jr. - Boxing
27. Riley Cooper - NFL
28. Ryan Braun - NHL
29. Chris Bosh - NBA
30. Steve Ott - NHL
31. Kobe Bryant - NBA
32. James Stewart - AMA Motocross
33. Shawn White - Xgames
34. Michael Phelps - Olympic Swimming
35. Oj Simpson - NFL






Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Top 10 Customer Service Goals from Customer Service Numbers

In our time reviewing customer complaints on CustomerServiceNumbers.com, we have devised a goal list that should help any customer service department or manager a guide for their team.

Follow these helpful goals and you should see your customer service ratings and reviews go up and you may even be mentioned as a customer service leader.

1. Friendly - For some reason this seems to be a huge problem with customer service departments. A nice and friendly voice can put the customer at ease and they will not "fight you" to get their problem resolved. Start with this goal and the rest of the goals should be easy for you.

2. Timely - Timing is everything. Fixing an order within a few hours of the problem is much better than waiting for a day or two. A customer that has not received a timely response to their issuer, will likely vent on customer review sites.

3. Accurate - Accuracy is very important for a customer service representative. The order is usually wrong or has a problem. So, if you are inaccurate in trying to fix the problem, you could end up with an enraged customer.

4. Reasonable - A good customer service department will have some reasonable way to give the customer some relief. A small refund, coupon or other incentive will allow you to sooth the wound of a mixed up order or an overcharge.

5. Respectful - A customer should be treated with respect as you would treat a old friend or important family member. Empathy for their problem will show you care and value them as a person and as a customer.

6. Clear - Being understood is very important, and making sure that your language is understandable and easy to understand will go a long way to making sure the consumer is satisfied.

7. Informative - A customer may not understand the policies or pricing. So, a simple non-condesending explanation is very helpful for the consumer to make his or her decision.

8. Correct - The order, service, credit or payment must match with what the customer ordered and what the company listed in their description or pricing.

9. Confirmation - Make sure your customer understands the situation and that they are satisfied with your actions.

10. Follow-up - After the situation is handled, follow up with your customer and make sure that everything is resolved to their satisfaction.

Companies like Zappos, Bose, and Amazon.com are prime examples of companies that excel in customer service by following guidelines like these.


Friday, May 31, 2013

The 10 Worst Things About Customer Service Departments

1. Not offering a customer service phone number

2. Outsourced customer service representatives from India

3. Referring all customer service issues to customer forums or a third party website

4. Email only customer service

5. Hiding their phone number in layer after layer of webpages

6. Phone trees that make you listen to multiple options before you are able to contact a live person

7. Unavailable customer service managers or representatives that pretend to be the manager

8. Long hold times or slow email response

9. Rude customer service representatives

10. Companies that make it almost impossible to cancel their service or only offer deals when you try to
Cancel.


Tuesday, May 14, 2013

10 Large Companies Without a Phone Number for Customer Service

Here are the top 10 largest companies that do not provide a customer service phone number.

1. Google
 A. Blogger
 B. Youtube

2. Facebook
 A. Instagram

3. Twitter

4. Linkedin

5. Wikipedia

6. Pintrest 

7. Craigslist

8. Outlook.com

9. WordPress

10. Tumblr

Thursday, May 2, 2013

Mountain Dew Racist TV Commercial 2013 Pulled

The controversial Mountain Dew commercial shows a badly beaten blonde Caucasian woman approaching the line-up on crutches. A white male warden says, "We got 'em all lined up, nail the little sucker." The goat, in a raspy male voice bullies her with phrases, "keep your mouth shut, I'm going to do ya when I get out," "ya better not snitch on a playa'," and "snitches, get stitches, fool."

The woman becomes hysterical and runs from the room. As the ad ends, you can hear her screaming off-screen.

This ad has been pulled from TV and Youtube because of consumer complaints. Many people see the stereotyping in the police line-up. Others see a threat from the black to community to the white community, to not snitch on their crimes.