I do the score card. I'm just tired of the attitude.It was part attitude and not filling. One thing is to always do your weekly vendor report. This helps you document that they are not doing stuff. If you have vendors who are not on the vendor report you can find them on another document sheet that has ALL vendors your store should have. That’s how I found my coke vendors district manager and had a nice chat with them
Loop in your food and beverage director. They can usually get that stuff sorted out pretty quickly.I wish we could score our milk vendor. Red for months. Got his bosses in. Got their bosses in. Regional guy for the milk company whatever. Still same slacker comes in not delivering too much or not enough milk complaining about out of dates when the stuff comes in a week out.
We have. Just got a new srtl transfer in and she thinks she’ll get it settled no problem. I told her good luck. It’s only been 2 years and three etls and srtls trying. And only recently has it been ok, mostly cause we remodeled and grocery got the cut down so it holds up better.Loop in your food and beverage director. They can usually get that stuff sorted out pretty quickly.
If they continue to do this just stop letting them bring in stack outs and don't set up their SP. Our BR was horrible when I took over market, wine was everywhere. So whoever had the mess or the outrageous amount of BS I just told them no to pretty much everything (besides out of stock on shelf). Obviously I had the support from my ETL and STL and I'm down to just a few shelves in the BR.My wine vendors are, for the most part, on my shit list. They leave my back room uglier than my team does.
My guests won’t pay more than $10 a bottle. If we were in a slightly different area we could sell expensive stuff better, but we are on the wrong side of the freeway.My store is in such a huge wine area so alcohol is a huge seller all year round. Never too many spots for wine on the Floor except for wines that are cheap like barefoot. YUCK
We have half a valley, stack outs at the bunker, one inline side cap (barefoot, people love that cheap shit out here) and CA roots end cap at CL.My store is in such a huge wine area so alcohol is a huge seller all year round. Never too many spots for wine on the Floor except for wines that are cheap like barefoot. YUCK
We were out durning Q4, now finally getting it back in. FB director said they’re having issues keeping everyone in stock but that’s it. I’ve mysupported it on the app but I only get one case every week still.We cannot get table salt Morton ??
Both bottom shelves have been empty for about 3 months now. We may get one case and it sells in 2 days. Any ideas or anyone else have trouble with table salt.
Same here only the cheap stuff for us, so I have to say no to any buy ins that are above.My guests won’t pay more than $10 a bottle. If we were in a slightly different area we could sell expensive stuff better, but we are on the wrong side of the freeway.
Barefoot is king here.