It was NOT company policy to put up stacks and dumps in the way of isles

Supermarkets – years back I was in the retail business and it was NOT company policy to put up stacks and dumps in the way of isles , till points , or anywhere that it would impede the customer—nowadays its the reverse by the looks of things , the more cr@p they can put in the way the better , does not make sense , in an isle that is nice and wide and can cope with 4 trolleys abreast , you now have junk stacked in the way so that maybe one trolley can go past if you are walking , tuff titty you either get driven over or have to duck and dive , ask Keith Patterson and Brian Patterson or Matteo Coné what it was like , retailers just dont seem to think anymore ………….

Andrew Seymour

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About Matteo Coné

Matteo joined the Clicks Brand in 1974 as a Trainee Manager and spent the first nine years of his career in operational management roles within stores. In 1983 he was promoted to the role of Buyer and joined the Merchandise Division. During the following twenty seven years, he applied his extensive buying expertise to various categories and assisted the business in growing from a small retailer to the national household name that it is today. Matteo has not only gained the respect of his many colleagues through the years, but also with the many suppliers that he has dealt with.
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