Not only that, many people living below the poverty line do shop there. I’m a little worried I won’t be IEP I Expect Progress Shirt able to find affordable shoes. I wear a 12 which is not easy to find and they are the only store I can go into and have a choice of styles and be able to buy them right off the shelf. That’s why we stopped shopping there. We have a Ross right next door that sells name brand shoes for discounted prices. If they didn’t sell cardboard shoes maybe people would buy them. When they first opened there were some good deals. now it’s only junk.
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Anybody else notices their local store had a sign where at least half the lights are burned out. Corporate not fixing the IEP I Expect Progress Shirt stores anymore is one of the main signs that a store is going to close. Do people even read the articles anymore? They state they are shutting down because of online companies like Amazon who have hurt their store sales. That’s the real topic here not politics, but business models. My mom raised me on Payless. Before Converses went up drastically.
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I could get them for thirty bucks at a store that is now closed. Payless wanted 25 dollars or more for sneakers that were uncomfortable and felt like my foot could come out if I kicked. I became a converse customer after I saw that they broke easily and were charging higher prices. Their shoes have always been expensive can get name brand for the same price and shoe carnival always has the same deals on name brand in my opinion puma and Nike is the most comfortable.
Back in the days, they weren’t that expensive, and truly Payless helped my mom raised me, even though in school the kids made fun of IEP I Expect Progress Shirt me calling me Payless shoe wearer. This kinda puts an on finding shoes for certain people. Not everyone has regular size feet. Many women have wide feet and pay less at least offered cute shoes that fit.