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    • Charlotte Mills because when you distribute a 25.00 card to the masses, they will use that store before the one that they don’t have a card for. As well, when you sign up for these cards, they obtain a plethora of info on you, thus finding ways to market you as a customer. I don’t often shop at superstore (the hubby does), but now I will take my 25.00 and likely spend it there or donate it to the food bank. Either way, money is spent at that location.

      • Kelly Townsend, so you’re in agreement with Charlotte then – who merely asked why they would lose customers based on your first comment. Then you elaborated as to why they wouldn’t…supporting Charlotte’s point of view.