Alright, anons. I'm back with more infos about TigerDirect closing and what will be happening.
>What exactly is happening
TigerDirect is closing 31 out of its 34 retail stores within the month and will be having closeout sales at all affected stores.
>What will be for sale?
Pretty much everything, as far as I know we will be selling everything including the shelves on the final days.
>Which stores are staying open?
Flagler in Miami, Jefferson in Georgia, and the Puerto Rico store are staying open. All other stores will be closing.
The official statement from corporate said something along the lines of the retail stores not being profitable enough. The company will be concentrating on its online and B2B business only.
Feel free to ask me any questions.
I'll bump with pictures of the store.
You wanna buy a router?
How about dat 4k Samsung monitor?
This saddens me, there's one a block from my house and it's the only place I go for anything computer related.
Although I will never figure out why the only time employees want to help you is when you're just looking, yet when I wanna drop 500 on a CPU and motherboard the employees can't be found.
I am just continuing the thread from yesterday like several anons asked me to, if you don't like it just hide the thread and move on with your life.
No clue, I always did anything I could to help customers. There will be shitty employees in any store.
20% and up.
>No one cares
We are pretty much the only computer parts store in the state, I think a lot of people are going to care.
I have more.
>Flagler in Miami, Jefferson in Georgia, and the Puerto Rico store are staying open. All other stores will be closing.
I live 8mins away from the PR store and it's like a ghost town every time I go there. I'm surprised it's not gonna close. It's been like that since it opened. Usually more employees than customers.
Also, RIP RadioShack.
Are electronics stores just dying all of a sudden?
>Are electronics stores dying off?
They are, but it's not because of lack of demand. Both this and RadioShack closing can be blamed on companies that don't listen to their salespeople about customer demands and wanted items.
Radio shack did it to themselves between shit employees and focusing on cell phones/tablets rather than what people went to radio shack for.
I went there to buy a phone I knew was in stock because I was there 2 days before. When I went in to buy it the sales person swore they didn't even sell phones for that carrier, despite the fact they had a whole shelf dedicated to them.
Or when I went in looking for a replacement 3.5mm audio plug that was $5 and the sales person swore I'd be better off buying a $200 pair of beats.
Sales start tomorrow (Thursday).
There should be announcments on your local news
>Discounts going to go deeper
yeah they will.
Yep we have (had?) actual stores.
Got two weeks to go get some shit anon!
I don't know, the shipment for the signs at my store had been delayed (go figure).
Yes, all Canada stores are closing.
Chill out, bro.
For the third time, all Canada stores will be closing.
I would go in ASAP, shit will probably be gone fast.
your warrenty is handled either through the manufacturer of your item or through SquareTrade if you get the extended service plan. You will still be fully covered under either plan.
Shit man, I live in central Illinois and am about 100 miles from both of the Chicago stores.
Ive been in there before when I was in the area. Was a really sweet place. The website would ship fast as fuck to my house.
Pretty much this
The Chicago store is pretty big from what I've been told, should have a lot of inventory.
You don't know how Gordon Bros liquidates.
Not likely, we stopped getting gen 3 Intels in stock when Haswell came.
>Chances of getting bargain
Pretty good, and don't wait expecting it to be there the next day. Shit will probably go fast once everyone in the area finds out what is happening.
>Saw this thread the other day
>Google for nearby stores
>There's one an hour away from me
Time to go for a drive this weekend then. I'm not sure if there's anything I need, but I suppose if I find something cheap enough..
It is worth noting we have not had any price increases in my store leading up to this, but I'm not sure what things will be after all the tags are changed.
When Gordon Brothers comes in, they will have you start raising the prices on goods so they can claim discounts on the raised prices. They will keep you on through the liquidation to continue selling.
>Several clerks explained that the liquidators come in before a going-out-of-business sale and raise many prices up to the regular selling price. Then they discount from there, starting with small percentages off and deepening the discounts as the sale goes on.
>"We had [the] best deals before," a clerk told us. "Now, 20 percent, 10 percent, it's nothing."
>Raising prices before lowering them again can result in some odd situations. We found a curtain that the liquidator priced at $79.99 minus 40 percent, so we paid $47.99 for it, which seemed pretty good. But when Linens 'n Things had that same curtain on clearance, we could have gotten it for $19.99, according to the hidden price tag. "Contrary to popular belief, liquidation sales aren't a great deal for the consumer," said retail industry analyst Stephen Baker of the NPD Group. "The liquidator is there to make money."
Gordon Brothers is no stranger to this, and they will lead your liquidation.
>“These actions will include the exit of substantially all retail store operations; closing a distribution center; and implementing a general workforce reduction to realign our resources solely with our B2B focus. We have engaged Gordon Brothers to assist with the retail store process and anticipate that all of these actions will be completed by the end of the second quarter."
When I worked at kohls I'd laugh at how alot of times clearance prices were higher than the regular sale price. But people would buy them up quick as fuck because "omg clearance" when it was actually cheaper for the past 2 months and no one even looked at it.
I don't know how often people would skip buying something because "it'll be cheaper on black Friday" and the black Friday sale was gonna be like 25 cents cheaper
We haven't had the guys in before today, at least that I know of. But if that's how TigerDirect is going to handle this, I am not the least bit surprised. This company has a very shady past.
I think the thread might be dead.
I had no idea they even had retail stores. I live in Atlanta so the one "near" me is staying open but fuck, it's a shit ass long way out of town. When you're address is "Hog Mountain Road" you know you're way out in the boonies... or suburban shit sprawl. Think I'll stick with Newegg and not have to pay sales tax.
Me again again again.
Fuck im all excited and shit. Ok so warranties are still covered by the manufacturer and I can bargain with the sales guy for super big discounts. Should I go right for the guy in the isles or should I look for a manger looking type who works the floor?
Talk to the guys in the isle first, though if you ask for too much they may need to talk to a manger.
Come the final days I'm sure we won't refuse any (not too unreasonable) offer.
Well I'm pretty sure the 4k screens and the 2011v3s and mobos/ram will be gone quick.
If I can't get a steal on that I'm at least hopeing to get a newer GPU for about 30-40% off normal pricing. Hell even a 970 at 200$ is a steal.
Whatcha think I can grab for the best discount? Or should I say fuck it and go 1150 or AMD?
>4K screens gone quick
Ehe, maybe. Depends on the prices.
>Going to be a steal
Depends on the item and how much margin it originally had, though I am sure some things will be quite cheap.
>We are pretty much the only computer parts store in the state, I think a lot of people are going to care.
Count me in on the care side. Too far away to take advantage of deals. But realizing that your pics in this thread may be the last/best archive of the chain's retail existence. Stuff like that never gets pictures taken of it unless they're PR photos for ads that all go away. Someday when the last brick and mortar closes or is bought out by Amazon and turned into a retail warehouse, people will remember Rat Shack's junior brother Tiger Direct.
Well 16 gb ddr (4x4gb) goes for about 140 on newegg. Cheap 2011v3 mobo is about 170-240. 28 lane 2011v3 CPU starts at 580. left over for a GPU leaves about 200 ish.
Thats about 1k ish. Think I can get a deal for cheaper in store tomorrow?
Honestly I wish I lived near your store. I'd come see you in a heart beat. You sound bro teir.
We can probably swing those prices. I have no doubt I'll be slapping coupons on shit like mad. Can't fire me for coupon use if there is going to be no store in two weeks.
Yeah, that's why I took them.
Can't believe I forgot this one.
We had quite a case selection at times, and having passionate staff that went through the effort of ordering their favorite parts gave the store a nice feel. We were going to have Silverstone power supplies in stock.
Oh man, me again, I kinda really feel bad for you bro. The way you have been talking about this these last few days make it really seem like your store was the /g/ of the real world (Minus all the blatant trolling and shitposting). Everyone working together for the store, but also being apart of the breaking edge of technology on the consumer front. Leading people to better their lives and still have a wallet left over.
Someone should write a sonnet about this event. The last of the big name retail giants will fall soon. Best Buy, your time is near.
>/g/ of the real world
It was, a lot of my coworkers browse this forum.
Thank you, you actually made me tear up a little.
We also have what is probably the best selection of networking equipment in any store in the area, including a lot of pro and semi pro level stuff.
>We also have what is probably the best selection of networking equipment in any store in the area, including a lot of pro and semi pro level stuff.
That I will agree on. I bought a nighthawk from you guys and got 20% off it as well. Now it runs my whole damn condo here in Altamonte Springs.
Personally, I only ever shop at TG when I bring friends who need shit and dont wanna ship it from online, or when I need something I can't get on the internet. Its really more of a convenience to me to drive down the street on my way home from work. Than again, I am going there to try and nab a fucking 1k gaming system for 500-600 $ lol ...
Stopped by one of the local TDs today and gave my business card to the business account manager there, he says he'll still be able to order for business accounts in the future. I guess he'll keep his job and work from home or something.
Sure hope the prices don't get jacked up artificially before discounts. I'll go by again tomorrow and probably spend most of my day there.
>but I'm not sure what things will be after all the tags are changed.
Forty percent higher. Those "liquidators" are really good at this. If your store works anything like most retail establishments they do not even have to go there to fix the prices.
Depends on the store, everyone in the Raleigh store (where I work) is pretty chill, we ask you if you want help, and if you say no we let you be and maybe check on you every ten minutes or so. We also have managers riding us about not letting customers browse the store unattended, mainly because of theft. Don't take it personal.
Of course sometimes you get that customer that you didn't ask, who goes and complains to a manager that no one spoke to them. Damned if you do and damned if you don't.
The cameras are very real, but most people who steal simply don't care, since we can't legally do anything to stop them from walking out of the store.
>A solid hour
God damn, that's excessive. I just asked and if you said no I let it go, MAYBE push it a bit if you are buying a prebuilt laptop or desktop. But an hour is fucking retarded, that's a waste of MY time as well as yours.
Yea, it doesnt happen to me often. The Cherokee genes I inherited give me a really mean facial look. Sucks too because I try to be really nice to everyone lol.
Most of the time when im in Altamonte no one bothers me unless I look over at an employee, than they come right over and ask if I need help.
Decent store, managers for the most part were ok with the exception of 2. The girls in that store are pretty air headed when it comes to tech or tech based questions, usually just pawn you off to someone else, but damn if they dont try to sell you some "Anti Virus to protect your home network and all your music files".
Bitch, you aint even in the right castle.
Green shirt here. Was told we would not take any more labor starting tomorrow. I'm guessing we'll be gone before anybody else.
Dunno if the same here in Canada, but the dude who did the "you've been laid off" talk gave an optimistic 6-8 weeks.
2 week bro. Better start looking for another job ASAP, OR since you a canacuck you can apply for unemployment. I've heard you get better benefits than us Amerifats.
>Wishing I had decent unemployment bens when I got laid off from my NOC.
We will see, maybe other stores are on a different schedule than mine. We were told two weeks at my store.
Funny thing is, I was planning on taking a vacation. Looks like I get one now, whether I like it or not.
Yeah, we only ever hired them in my store as cashiers because they didn't know shit about tech.
Already am. I'm trying not to go the unemployment insurance route, I just really want a job, but I'm gonna be going to the service centre on my lunch tomorrow to get the paperwok anyways,
>We will see, maybe other stores are on a different schedule than mine. We were told two weeks at my store.
I think we were just lied to, because Canadians are trusting or something.
We also had females on the merch team.
I wish you best man.
Ha! You should come down to Orlando and go see DIDNEH WALD. Serisouly tho, it seems there are quiet a few /g/entoomen who live in Florida. Would be funny as fuck to have a Disney meetup one day.
>All the Autism
>All the Fedoras in 101* weather
>All the GPU fanboy tshirts and stickers
>All the arguing all day.
>3.5/4 would film and put on youtube for lulz.
That's pretty douchey of them, my fellow TD bro. Though not unexpected considering TigerDirect's history.
We do at my store, we even had the 2k model in stock, I can't speak for other stores, though. Call before you make the drive.
Yes, believe it or not. A lot of people like the idea of there being an actual store you can return shit to instead of having to deal with RMA'ing something, not to mention having staff you can talk to for advice and stuff.
I'm not just going for the monitors I'll be buying a whole rig. What I don't understand is why have a sale when you have an online site you can sell the unsold items on?
Because shipping things back to the warehouse would cost more than what the margin on the item is. There is over $1.5 million worth of inventory in my store alone.
Is this really happening? My store is located in McAllen Texas and its the only place I can go to for parts. I don't like ordering online and I don't mind paying a little extra if it means less hassle. If I'm lucky, its one of the few locations that will be spared although I doubt it...
Read my OP, there are three (3) stores that will be staying open, and the McAllen store isn't one of them. Besides, according to >>46975462 people don't care about shopping in stores anymore.
>>Which stores are staying open?
>Flagler in Miami, Jefferson in Georgia, and the Puerto Rico store are staying open. All other stores will be closing.
Damn. I live like 5 minutes from a TD, might go check it out tomorrow to see what's up. They really need to step it up, I went there a few months ago and they were very behind all with all of the new hardware. It's not really surprising they're bailing out.
A few other TD anons have posted, it will be starting in every store company wide tomorrow it looks like, except the three that are staying open, I'm sure.
We will probably have an email blast if you are on the list, but the website doesn't say anything yet.
For the fifth time now, yes.
>will there be an official announcement?
Yes. Technically speaking we're supposed to operate as business as usual until we're ordered to stick a big CLOSING SALE sign on the store.
Though in the coming weeks I'm gonna coupon the shit out of anything cashed out.
>tfw I won a very decent build from a raffle drawing after I attended a computer building seminar for the fun of it at my Tiger Direct (although I think it was called CompUSA at that point)
Its too bad they are going. Its nice to preview components and get advice before you decide on anything.
Sounds great. Ill take a drive after work tom-
Yea, no. I can assure you that those assholes have 30 people inside your store at this very moment "fixing" the tags on everything.
Can you verify this?
If im going to altomonte tomorrow I want to make sure I can get a damn good deal, even if I gotta buy the guy beer and hand him a 20.
But if those Gordon Brother want to shill the prices up I'm going to be pissed.
I didn't even know they had physical locations that weren't warehouses. Is this going to affect online at all? Will I be able to buy a bunch of shit on the internet for cheap if I'm not near their stores?
Online should be fine, it's the main reason we are closing the retail stores.
I honestly don't know what the prices will be after they change.
Sales will likely be in store only, there is a unrelated 25% off sale going on on our website right now if you want to take advantage of that, though.
>Jacob Gordon, one of three founding brothers of the Gordon Brothers Group, was a German Jewish immigrant who
>Michael Frieze, now CEO of the Gordon Brothers Group, is an advisory, lending and investment firm that was founded in 1903.
>Drives prices up while supposedly putting them "On sale"
WHY IS /pol/ ALWAYS RIGHT. Fuck I need to stay out of that board. Forgive me /g/ for I have sinned.
I was there just yesterday, bra. Was hoping to see if they had any tech positions open. Talked to the lead tech there, and he almost came out and said they were closing shop, only he was kinda subtle about it and I didn't catch on. The store is nice (hadn't been there in like 8 years), but it's dead as fuck now. Certainly had the air of a dying store.
Getting a bit of feels now having seen this thread today. I used to love going there when it was CompUSA and it was the smaller building to the side. Big coincidence that I got to see it one more time before its death.
Yeah, I understand.
So, wanna bet on how much these "liquidator" guys will mark shit up and how much commission I will actually see from all this?
We ship to wherever UPS ships to.
They'll still live on in Homefront.
I want to be able to collect unemployment. In order to do that I need to ride this pony till the bitter end.
Haha holy shit. I should play that game again.
Probably not for another week, technically sales start tomorrow, but considering the markdowns are FROM MSRP, you might do better to wait. Hopefully your thing is still there if you want it for cheap.
You better take pics and or video of the mad rush tomorrow! Also, give us daily updates on what the uppers want you to do and how big of a discount you can give.
Oh and also, does employee discount exist in that shit hole of a company?
It varies from store to store and management in a particular store has a lot to do with it. The Raleigh store is the best, most chill job I have ever had, we literally just talk to people, answer questions, and sell them Mcafee and SquareTrade. It's commission based, but if you know how to talk to people and don't act like a sperglord you can make (or could) $20 an hour easily.
I'm just fucking wondering now how much I'd be making if Best Buy paid commission. I regularly average out at least $750 revenue per hour every months.
You have no idea how many customers have asked me if I got paid commission after tending to them, and then said "well, that's a shame" after saying I don't.
Yeah. A lot of people don't seem to like commission based sales clerks, though. I always tried to not be a pushy jerk about things. If you didn't want it I would just ask one more time at the checkout and then let you be on your way. The only time I would really push something was if I felt the customer actually needed it, for example if someone who kept getting viruses was buying a new computer and wouldn't buy any AV with it, or if someone was getting a tablet for their kid and they didn't want to get SquareTrade accidental on it.
i have never seen a whole aisle full of motherboards.
i have to drive 50 miles just to get to a worst buy.
no wonder online sales are the only way to get computer parts, nobody actually fucking stocks them in a store!
jefferson GA? one fucking store in the entire state? well fuck them too then. newegg and amazon are only a click and 3-5 days away.
i'd rather pay a bit more and actually get it in a store but with no stores nearby fuck it.
$9.10, actually. But the rest of my department as a whole isn't far from that, and most of them earn below $8.75. In fact, our typical revenue per hour goal is usually around $610, and we're the only department that not only exceeds it, but fucking shatters it. Some of my (part-time, admittedly) coworkers sometimes manage over a grand. We pretty much carry the store.
With how little they pay and how they tend to short-staff us, I can imagine the managers rubbing their hands together everytime we finish the day.
This is actually kinda weird.. a lot of foreign companies/shops have been closing here in Canada especially American ones. A sign of things to come maybe?
>Whole aisle of motherboards
Yep, and the staff at the Raleigh store where I work are all really passionate about computers and technology, too. We are the only store in the area like this and I am very sad to see this happen to us. TigerDirect as a company may be sleazy as fuck, but everyone in my store is a bro, a lot of us browse this forum.
i feel for you guys.
someone should buy up some of the radio shack stores and stock computer parts. i was hoping best buy would do that but last i heard something like AT&T was just gonna make them cell phone stores.
Would it be "safe" to walk into a store and ask them when they're having their close out sale if it isn't clearly displayed? Will employees answer that question in the store or is this insider stuff that nobody is supposed to know?
I certainly wouldn't mind dropping a few hundred dollars on things that are discounted greatly. What are some things expected to be sold for? Anything more than 50%?
>Would it be "safe"
Of course, not like we are going to shoot you or something
Oh, that's what you meant.
Honestly, I expect the big ass "CLOSEOUT SPECIAL!" sign to be on the building when I go to work on Saturday. They told us two weeks, that's what I expect.
this makes me sad...
TD should have just focused most of its efforts on its online business and just making all that run smoother. If they used Set up some program where their retail stores are all converted into big showrooms for people to try out stuff TD is selling on their website (maybe hold a very small inventory of shit). Hire a handful of actually *talented* salespeople and let the customer bargain with them as they preview so that they always buy, they always think they're getting a deal, and they always come back .
BTW If you need a business consultant, you know where to find me
That HUGE Rampage 5 motherboard just sitting there.
You have no idea how jealous I am. I can barely sleep bro. I want my 2011v3 so bad and that board is just begging me for a 50% off.
50 % off mobo and 50% off CPU brings me to 500$ for both, thats amazing man.
This is a very good point. Too bad the people they hired in corporate wouldn't even listen to us in the stores when we told them what they were doing wrong.
>Would it be "safe" to walk into a store and ask them when they're having their close out sale if it isn't clearly displayed?
They may not even know they are closing if it isn't advertised. Corporate policy is not to tell people so the store doesn't turn to shit. When I was working at 7 eleven people knew we were closing 6 months before it happened. Corporate and other higher ups wouldn't acknowledge it until about 2 weeks before it happened. Hell even people that worked at other 7 elevens knew before we did.
For making expensive electronics purchases, places like best buy and other electronics retailers are nothing but glorified showrooms for you to to do your research in before you make your final purchase online
Yes but like I said, they typically wait till the last second to tell you. They won't tell you months in advance because people will quit, or just not do their job because they are gonna lose your job any way why bother.
Ive delt with store closures at numerous companies and it generally comes out of nowhere, with little heads up in advance. Even though the higher ups made the call months ago.
No they picked Florida so they can write off their vacations under their corporate taxes.
Hell they could even hide property here under the guise of corporate costs.
They also picked Florida because we dont have a state tax. What you see is what you get.
Oh and also, its fucking Florida. We are the ONLY state in the US that can ship to Venezuela and Uruguay. So, for shipping to international buyers, Florida offers some unique incentives.
I'll probably be by tomorrow, it's like right down the street from my house. I live like right next to the white castle.
Where you working there when the had that competition to see who can build a PC the fastest? It sounded so lame I couldn't help but go just for the lols.
God I'll miss that place, got tons of awesome clearance deals there over the years.
You saw what I posted, you really think Best Buy keeps that kind of stuff in their stores?
>mom and pop shops
Not really, our closest competitor is a place called Intrex, and they honestly suck balls. Went there to apply before getting my job at TD, looked around a bit, and left.
There are numerous people there I've suspected were 4channers. One guy I suspected was one told me building a hackintosh was stupid and I said "well what should i do, install gentoo?" He looked at me like I was insane and I felt like a complete idiot.
Nothing wrong with building a Hackintosh. I've built one before but went back to linux after a month. A lot of the sales guys don't know half the shit they're talking about to be honest.
>He looked at me like I was insane and I felt like a complete idiot.
Good, that's how you should feel. I never admit to anyone that I browse 4chan. It's literally shameful (and that's mostly because of people why try and bring internet memes into real life)
>small mom and pop computer stores?
Silly comparison. The small independent computer stores lack any sort of shelf space to be good for anything. They will have 3-4 power supplies, a couple of laptops, and some miscellaneous cables.
goddamnit, I was at that store a while ago and I had such a strong feeling the computer team that spends their time in the back would know all the ebin /g/ meems but I didn't have the guts to say anything.
>I never admit to anyone that I browse 4chan
And you shouldn't. A lot of times you do so expecting /g/entoomen, and get dumb /b/tards instead. I made that mistake with a coworker. Within a week he was seriously asking me what top kek meant, and introducing me to his (admittedly hot) GF who literally said she was "all about 4chan".
Can't say what sales are going on yet but I do know that GPU's are 10% off... didn't see components so can't say much for them to be honest.
Feel free to grab what is needed. I'll be sure to get something worthwhile.
I'll be there on Saturday if you come by.
Their food isn't the best, but it's not THAT bad. Though me and my buddies do joke about missing cats.
Yea, I know them but they're decently far enough that it would be pain to go there for some deals, when I literally live next to the Flagler one
I remember getting a nice flight yoke from one of the comp USA stores back when my dad would drive us to those faraway stores
ALL STORES ARE CLOSING EXCEPT FOR THE ONES NAMED IN OP.
Can you people not read or something? That's the sixth time I've had to say this.
When I worked 7 eleven I would put /b/, ayy lmao, or something like that on my coffee cup to see if anyone would catch the 4chan reference, and I would have totally hooked a bro up the best I could.
Either no one caught it, or no one would publicly admit they in2 4chan. Sucks to be them, they could of had all the big gulp, taquito, or doughnut their heart desired.
Me and a friend were planning on making the drive down today, but according to an earlier thread an le reddit, the prices are only going down up to 25% off so far. If we make the drive out next Thursday, will we be able to pick up cheap PC Hardware and a TV? Or will all the good shit be gone by then.
that's because they're on the east coast and in florida.
On one hand I am sad, but on the other it is a forgone conclusion that retail stores cannot compete with the price of online. Overhead of stock, employees, space, etc are more expensive than a warehouse and shipping.
Progress will progress, nothing can stop it.
Though it makes me wonder, how will these stores closing affect the jobs market? How will it affect customers like the ones I am sure will be extremely upset that the only computer parts store in the state that actually has stock of anything worthwhile, is closing?
Oh no doubt, there will always (sitation needed hard to say) be a market for physical sales.
But ultimately people that I know tend to prefer a cheaper price when available. And why spend money on gas when amazon prime.tm is free shipping?
Not saying I always do but many think this way.
May we live in interesting times.
It sucks, but then again I probably shouldn't be complaining as you are an employee and all.
It's cool bro, I started this thread to discuss the topic, and discuss the topic we will!
Though I do need sleep, it's 3 am.
I never knew they had retail stores, makes sense though because theres 2 Frys and a Micro Center within a 20 minute drive of me. Not to mention the Newegg will call pickup is 15 min away lol.
sorry to hear about your company OP
Well to be fair with Target they were just really fucking retarded about it.
>CANDIANS WILL TOTALLY BUY AS MUCH AS AMERICANS DO DESPITE MUCH LOWER POPULATION DENSITY AND POPULATION OVERALL
>DISTRIBUTION AND WAREHOUSING? WE'LL WORRY ABOUT THAT SHIT -AFTER- WE OPEN UP ALL THE STORES!
Much appreciated anon. I wish we had other computer stores in my area. If anyone in the Raleigh area is looking for experienced computer sales and repair staff, you will have about 20 people looking for jobs in that field.
>The way I have experienced it
What are the chances of me being able to grab some posters and SWAG? I'd love some TigerDirect stuff to remember the job I had that didn't suck.