Maybe he could get a lifetime subscription for the sun?
RE: Sun coupon
This is an improvement on the costly Free Vege campaign of a week or so ago, but an increased footfall will still result in NO data on customers, without a Loyalty Card. Cart before the Horse,IMO
Please tell me if any of use performed like Dalton has at work we quite rightly be sacked so why his he still at the helm as he no pride should step down without pay off .I also hate vouchers full stop buying customers at a lost no point having a full store if not making any profit.
How the heck does this company keep going? Just bought 2 copies of the sun newspaper and used the money off coupons inside for the meat offer,result is 6 whole chickens for £10!! I shall do the same again tomorrow,crazy idea this coupon gimmick,I know it gives footfall to the store but how do they propose making a profit? And before you ask I didn't buy anything else as I guess a lot of others are doing the same. Good luck with that one mr dalton and thanks.
With Dalton dithering about, the medium term prospects for profitability and share price are hugely negative. As these trend lower, additional pressure will be brought to bear on an insufficiently 'covered' dividend, which will inevitably in time be cut, further exacerbating the negative trend on share price. Please get rid of him- at any reasonable cost!.
Much more upside potential than downside for MRW and a large DIVI while we wait.GL.
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