It corners the market for the big and tall man, plenty of room to continue growing
Answered - Key Holder (Current Employee) - Escondido, CA
I don't believe that the future of any brick & mortar store is sound. Not just the fact that online sales, and the ability for returns in store hurt the bottom line of any store that doesn't apply the return to the point of purchase. There is always going to be a person who doesn't have the ability to fit the product properly and will always prefer to not have to purchase, wait for the product, just to return it because it's not the correct fit for their body type, then return it and wait for a refund.
Answered - Third Key Manager (Current Employee) - Roseville, MI
If they don't start treating their employees correctly, I don't see the company lasting another 20 years.
This company has cornered the market in large men's clothing and on an upward trend,investing in there employees would be wise as they are the driving force to this company or they will always be striving to attain the wealth they hope to achieve.
Answered - Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) - Rockville, MD