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Retail Ramblings
     

Retail Ramblings

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by Kevin Domenic
 

After spending a decade in the service industry, I can say with certainty that the moment the average person enters a retail establishment, his heart shrivels to a blackened lump of selfishness and deceit while his ego grows to levels usually reserved for politicians and corporate executives.

Experience the true horror of life through my eyes, the eyes of the

Overview

After spending a decade in the service industry, I can say with certainty that the moment the average person enters a retail establishment, his heart shrivels to a blackened lump of selfishness and deceit while his ego grows to levels usually reserved for politicians and corporate executives.

Experience the true horror of life through my eyes, the eyes of the customer service representative.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011122163
Publisher:
Kevin Domenic
Publication date:
10/23/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,170,277
File size:
253 KB

Meet the Author

Kevin Domenic has been writing fantasy novels since age fourteen. Born in 1980, Kevin grew up in Thomas Edison's hometown of West Orange, New Jersey. Now living in St. Louis and pursing his writing career, Kevin's goal is not to create books, but worlds.

When he isn't writing or working his full-time job, Kevin enjoys gaming, watching hockey, playing guitar, and of course, spending time with his wonderful fiance.

Although his current focus is the Fourth Dimension series, other unrelated projects are in the works as well.

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Retail Ramblings 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As someone who has worked in many customer service related positions... I could identify with the author. Some might view this as a "whine festival". I viewed is as comedic therapy. You need to be able to laugh, get angry, vent, and move on from these stressful events when you are working such a demanding and unappreciative field. I think I will recommend this to those I know still out there suffering for the store's benefit. I think I will read this again soon. :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
gotta work at the krogers......people are seiriously like this
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