I enjoy the self-check out. Has always been and always will be a pleasure shopping at WalMart����#⃣1⃣store
The DAV stores have always treated me fine. Sometimes they are a bit matter-of-fact or a little slow to attend to my request because they are in the middle of a different task, but all of that is to be expected. DAV stores have interesting things that are inexpensively priced. Improved customer service and general cleanliness would bring these 4 stars up to 5; but all in all, I have not encountered anything that would keep me from shopping at any of their locations. (In defense of the Central location, the lady I gave my great aunt's vintage dog collection to did a wonderful job of pricing and displaying the fragile dogs in a respectful manner. I really think it depends who you get when.) I am familiar with the reasons why customer service may be marginal at a thrift store and out of respect for the workers, I am patient and forgiving of any awkwardness. I know that DAV stores are not high-end department stores or boutiques (their business model is different, as reflected in the prices) and I adjust my expectations accordingly. I wouldn't classify DAV stores as "must sees", but I've be going to them for years and found some pretty cool stuff. Isn't that half the fun of thrifting? When I want pampering, I go to specialty stores that treat me like I have infinite room on my credit card (until they find out that I don't), or better yet, I go to the spa. When I go "thrifting" I want good prices on interesting things (or things I can repurpose in my crafts). That's what the DAV stores give me.
Very bad service. Rude management. Hardly no staff to help
Most of my grocery list (a long one) they were out of, Plus poor selection too.