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From RE- FLORIDA — 02/01/2007

To the disgruntled Florida employee...Maybe you should try transferring to a different district. I have never experienced any of the problems you are dealing with. As far as the physical labor, it is not nearly as bad as you make it out to be. Sure, there is a decent amount of moving products/displays, but you obviously have not worked in a labor intensive environment (as you claim) if you think that this work is physically demanding beyond reason. If you are a good assistant manager, you will not have to do the physical work for long because you will be the store manager. What college did you go to? Just wondering.
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