My Letter to Circuit City

I just wanted to pass this along to your management…

Regarding your decision to fire 3400 employees and rehire cheaper workers…that decision has cost you one customer.

I will never shop at your store again no matter how good the prices are. I will also encourage other so shop elsewhere. I have a website that receives hundreds of thousands of readers each month and I will be encouraging them to shop elsewhere too.

There is a difference between profit and greed and your company proves that.

Think about it.
Jesse Richard  - Editor,

One Response to “My Letter to Circuit City”

  1. Truth Seeker on March 4, 1972 on January 7, 2003 on August 21, 2004, or no, sorry, actually says:

    To anyone who doesn’t know about this story: Circuit City plans to lay off ~3,400 store employees but only to hire them again at lower wages.

    Let’s not forget who really drives this kind of corporate greed: Investors. From a news story regarding this Circuit City incident:

    “Investors cheered the cost-saving moves. Circuit City shares rose 1.5% to $19.16 per share on the New York Stock Exchange March 28.”

    And stop and think: Am I an investor? Well if you have a bank account, you are. If you have a 401K account you are. And so on. Isn’t it lovely how the cycle of greed feeds itself?

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