Never going here again! I was cussed at. The floor was a mess. I have been there a few times with the same problem. If you want to be treated like Spit, and shop in a dirty store, shop there. Hardly in 'uniform' No names had no idea who I was talking to! Very rude to other employees. Cruel remarks. SAVE YOURSELF THE TRIP!
Terrible, TERRIBLE Experience. The 'Manager' I think I don't even know but there was no name tag, No Required Red Disney Shirt, A radio that's about it.. That and she had the keys, Anyway, She smelled.. Terrible, And was cursing terribly. The Workers half the time have no name tags. Curse a lot. Fight across the store. This coming from managers too. A lot of fighting. The store is a MESS. Often get cut in line, not helped. They don't follow their own code. I only met 2 of their 'Cast' that actually didn't have an attitude problem. I went 2 days ago, Evening, With my kids. Whoever was stacking and took the time to help me with nothing but kindness, THANK YOU! PLEASE KEEP IT UP! You.. Fat, Grotesque, Stinky, woman... Take a damn shower and learn how to treat Customers! I can also tell you were talking secretly about people by your pointing and your snide grins. You don't deserve the position, and that store should be shut down! DO NOT SHOP THERE, DO NOT GO!
Clean-cut, refined styles in the Northwest tradition for men and women since 1920.. In Short The store's rugged-yet-refined decor reflects the approach Eddie Bauer took to retail back in 1920, when he started the company in Seattle as a gear store. Casual sportswear for men and women includes jeans, khakis, shorts, shirts, skirts and more. In addition to apparel, shoppers will find bedding, luggage and furnishings. A wide array of accessories also dot the store, from belts and hats to backpacks and sunglasses.