How to get all the wrap and gift bows out of the backroom

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Now that is the ticket right there! Most of our Waco's in seasonal (aisle 4 in the BR at my store) are empty, but atleast we are not getting anymore Christmas ************, so for that I am relieved!
 

commiecorvus

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Very nice work, at whatever store that might be.
 
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Nice Job.... Thats the way I suggested to our ETL-HL to do it, but he decided to "bulk" stack the 250 case of wrapping paper on the floor behind our xmas trees. Wrong move on his part as he had to then explain his logic to our GOL and GFM the next day..... they were not happy.
 
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wish ours was like that, all our stuff went PTM which is nice to have it out of the backroom, but now its all sitting on tubs, flats, and pallets in receving :/
 

redeye58

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Those are softline hang bars. Terribly clever use, tho, whosever store this is....;)
 
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wish ours was like that, all our stuff went PTM which is nice to have it out of the backroom, but now its all sitting on tubs, flats, and pallets in receving :/
This.

And sales floor wonders why all our pulls are in shopping carts. Hmmm
 

mrknownothing

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I wonder if my store could ever pull this off. I don't know how much wrapping paper we have left, but we have all those aisles for candy, so I have to wonder if we could ever get away with it.
 
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I use those softlines bars in many creative ways at work... I have fun when we dont get proper fixtures in and I have to come up with some way to make things look good when we dont have the correct parts....
 
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