My last visit to the store was great to begin with, but I was severely disappointed with members of the staff who seemed openly hostile to our family. After only a few minutes browsing the racks (kids clothes), an employee stormed out of the closed door back room, informing me that she had been "Watching your kids on the security camera" and found it abhorant that they had been playing with each other under a rack of clothing. She made a big fuss about how clothes could be knocked off, disturbed, and made a mess, but not one thing had been disturbed in the moments we had been shopping. Nor was anything disturbed in the remaining hour in the store. If this store would like to sell children's things to families, you must actually tolerate the REALITY of children, as patrons within the store. Child-like behavior, is not inappropriate behavior. I don't expect grade A- staff at a thrift store, but this hag needs the boot.
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Have some amazing helpful workers like this one young lady I believe her name was Kayla was soooooo very helpful and went the extra mile...that's the kind of people I pray you keep working for your company it was the store off Reno avenue in midwesr city,ok. Anyway that young lady Kayla made my shopping experience very fun and so easy and kind and courteous and very professional one thing I remember is how she was a joy and always smiling and willing to help me in any way possible and me being elderly was very grateful. Once again thank you KAYLA FOR GOING THE EXTRA EFFORT!
It is always a joy to just go in for a visit. What good deals as well. The idea of getting your best deal for your dollar abound. I am not one to barter often but she makes it such a joy. I'd rather go to Jenny's than any other thrift store. I am not originally from Okc but Jenny is such a joy to talk too. A home away from home