I return from a business trip and find a new shopping experience with Ralphs in Malibu. I was impressed with the new green colors and the uniforms of the checkout clerks, but standing in line, I see people getting lower prices than myself.
Join the club, the checkout girl says, and you get lower prices. I ask for the form and for the privilege of shopping at the new Ralphs and to get the lower prices I must give them my name, address, age, license number and if I’m married or single.
What is next?
I will not shop at Ralphs or any other establishment that doesn’t want my money with my pleasant smile and wants to categorize me in their computer.
Remember, if I don’t fill out the form, I don’t get lower prices.
Where is Bristol Farms?
Paul M. Billig