Yes it does help to direct comments and suggestions to the
corporate masses. Being that I work there it is hard to get
with the people that make the decisions. Just as a note, the
below mentioned email address doesn't conform to the normal
coporate standards so I do not know if it will bounce or not.
Just bashing the shack doesn't help either....it's a two way street.
Hams stopped buying parts so they had to scale back because
there was no longer any profit in them. Then the hams started
bashing them for not carrying them. Then you need to include the
overall change in technology...more things are available without
the overhead of a store...so everyone is going to the internet.
Thus you can't just blame Radioshack.
Anyway, this is a topic best left off this group.
>From: Mathew Quaife <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Sent: Mar 29, 2006 8:08 AM
>Subject: Re: [Repeater-Builder] Radio Shack store closings
>WELCOME TO THE SHACK. How May I Help You. Put the RADIO back in Shack.
> I totally agree, and I am sure that many of the rest of you do as well.
> Problem is, it does us no good to argue amonst ourselves, as we will never
> get the picture accross to the right people. So I'm going to take this one
> step further. Rather than bash the store here, send an email to this person
> b.miller (@) radioshack.com. I had to put the spaces in order to keep the
> junk mail from hitting him.
> Let him know how you feel, and what would be good in the stores. He is the
> buyer for the electronic parts for Radioshack. Might not do any good, but
> then it might. Spread to to every Ham, GROL, or just anyone whom enjoys
> building or rebuilding.
>DCFluX <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I wish Radio Shack would stop trying to be like Circuit city.
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