the Clothesline consignment store

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seriously

Kingsport, TN

#2 Jun 26, 2011
so why go there?
i agree

Johnson City, TN

#3 Jun 26, 2011
yea you so right
gossipchic

Pageland, SC

#4 Jun 27, 2011
I don't plan on going anymore, genius.

Since: May 11

Monroe, NC

#9 Jun 27, 2011
Lulz wow
macee

Chatsworth, GA

#11 Jul 7, 2011
I think clothesline is a pretty cool store. Not to mention the good they do for the local human society. I have never experienced the rudness and if someone is a lesbian what is it to you or anyone else, that is a personal preference that is none of your business. My advice go to the Mall and spend 4 times the money for the same stuff, if it bothers you that much.
Helen

United States

#12 Jul 14, 2011
human society- right. those sales? What the store does for them doesnt alter the fact that the girls working there are completely rude. Along with Gossipchic, im more than happy to pay 2 times the money, actually, in a cleaner, more structured, and in an enviroment where im treated nicely than.. clothesline.
Too Bad

Jefferson, GA

#13 Jul 14, 2011
If these girls are rude report them to the manager or owner.
smile

Johnson City, TN

#15 Jul 14, 2011
I was just in the str yesterday, and I have shopped there previously, the lady who owns it and the big old dog too was very kind (as always),the dog (it's her big baby!)--they are doing a good cause there for the human society and animals and if you dont like animals--dont go there! Yes, I do agree the other young girls that work there are rude quiet often...but really....that is anywhere...so Smile and kill them w/ kindness!:)
*Try it, it reaaly makes you feel better! I've done it several times!(even at other places).:)*I am NOT a Lesbn, but what does that matter if I'm going to buy some clothes.(I dont get that comment).
lulz

Elizabethton, TN

#16 Jul 14, 2011
it's humane society, not human. lol
allipopamas

Morganton, NC

#17 Jul 14, 2011
I wonder if they wash all these clothes? I just keep imaging in my head all the stuff you can't see with the blind eye... or that came out of the third eye :P also your just plain ignorant if you think some young kids working for minimum wage are going to serve anybody like a princess... when they probally allready are one. Kiss ma gootch :*
Jennyjenjen

Morganton, NC

#18 Jul 14, 2011
allipopamas wrote:
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Watch out! Beat tha heat.....tenneessee crabs can jump ten feet........
Mariachi

United States

#20 Jul 15, 2011
allipopamas wrote:
I wonder if they wash all these clothes? I just keep imaging in my head all the stuff you can't see with the blind eye... or that came out of the third eye :P also your just plain ignorant if you think some young kids working for minimum wage are going to serve anybody like a princess... when they probally allready are one. Kiss ma gootch :*
and thats just sad.. what does that say about our society? the last part.. not the third eye drips.

i think youre the one ignorant of manners, respect, and dutifully earning your wages.. especially since a better job may not be readily available.
salleyruckus

Blacksburg, SC

#27 Jul 24, 2011
Is this place in boones creek?
judge

Johnson City, TN

#29 Jul 24, 2011
Yes, its in Boones Creek.
salleyruckus wrote:
Is this place in boones creek?
jesbus

Huntersville, NC

#33 Jul 25, 2011
*Nods head in approval*
Just Me

Bristol, TN

#40 Nov 19, 2011
I went to the Clothesline last night. I took two big bags full of clothes, shoes, purses, scarves, wallets, and jewelry. I got there at about 5pm when the owner was leaving. The girls at the counter where you sell clothes literally would not acknowledge me until I got their attention. They took twenty minutes to go through my clothes (which had Abercrombie, American Eagle, Hollister, and Calvin Klein stuff) only to tell me that I "did not have anything good, or that they were looking for." I have taken clothes to the Clothesline many times and always gotten $40-100 for my stuff and bought clothes many times there. After this incident, I am NOT going back. After all, Plato's is just a few minutes up the road. They need to work on their employees attitudes, or they soon will not have a business.
browser

Kingsport, TN

#43 Dec 2, 2011
I have been to the clothesline quite a bit and have never had anyone be rude to me. They have actually been very nice and when they did not take all my clothes it did not ruin my day. There is a lot worse things going on in the world, believe it or not.
OnToYou

Murfreesboro, TN

#45 Dec 17, 2011
I used to go to the Clothesline quite often, and EVERY TIME, I witnessed the workers (including the owner) looking down on everyone. They really think they are doing a big, fat service to the community, but the crap they sell is half worn out, stained, and stretched out of shape....not to mention, its priced outrageously!! Even if the stuff was top-notch and priced at good deals, the sh!tty attitudes of the owner and her little tools is more than enough to keep me away!!
Surprise

Bristol, TN

#46 Dec 27, 2011
Of everyone posting on this forum about the service found at that store, i am very knowledgeable. I spent a few years working at Clothesline, its not that bad of a job. On more than one occasion, a customer told me that i was the nicest person employed there. No big surprise,seeing how customer service is no where on the owner's agenda. What is on the owners agenda is making money, human interaction is low on the totem pole. i went to work there and quickly gained respect for the owner, but i was quickly reminded of the old addage, never judge a book by its cover. I have never been more letdown in my life- the owner of that store is spineless. She does not run it- her minions do. furthermore, i have never felt more discriminated against in my life- yes.. discriminated. business ethics are nowhere apparent in that building, i have personally seen them go back on their buying policy and change tags so that not only does the person selling the item recieve less than the true 40% buying price, the person buying them gets screwed for the rest. This was my breaking point, i quit in order to maintain my integrity and self-respect.
remember shoppers- plato's is up the road.
I agree

United States

#47 Jan 27, 2012
I went here back in the summer, to sells some clothes I didnt wear anymore, all were AE, hollister, and lucky band and silver jeans, thr whole time them look at my clothes they insulted them, saying the jeans were short and they wouldnt wear that shirt if it was gave to them....just very rude comments. Well as I looked around I saw this ugly purple and pink huge polka dotted button up....that wasnt even name brand, they said I didnt have anything they could use, and I almost went over there and showed them that shirts and asked them if they could use that....but I didnt I thanked them for thier time and walked out and went to platos closet where they bought over half my stuff....I will never go there again

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