Marysville store manager showed poor attitude on masks

Recently I went into a local store in Marysville.

I had fours loaves of bread I wanted to buy. When I finally got to the cashier he wasn’t wearing a mask and neither were several other customers. I asked the cashier who happened to be the manager why they weren’t requiring masks. He rather nastily stated that he had a doctor’s permission not to wear one. I stated that I was referring to not requiring customers to mask up. He angrily said it was bad for business. I told him I would be reporting him to the store’s corporate managers due to his attitude. He then grabbed back my bread that he had already rung up and bagged and refused to sell it to me.

Needless to say, I won’t be patronizing that store again. The store doesn’t disinfect carts or baskets and doesn’t supply hand sanitizer for the customers.

The store itself is one of the filthiest I’ve ever been in.

Bill Landert


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