Is Peebles Closing?
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whatever

Cambridge, MA

#22 Jan 2, 2013
Pebbles is not closing
Duh

Ticonderoga, NY

#23 Jan 2, 2013
whatever wrote:
Pebbles is not closing
'You don't say!'

This was probably started by the same troll started the Lowes is reopening thread.
river girl

Saratoga Springs, NY

#24 Jan 4, 2013
1 suggestion for peebles would be better advertising for the store. There is no outside lights, there is no store sign at the road and the windows with brown paper on them appear as if the store is continuingly closed. Its very deceiving as it always looks closed.
customer service

Ticonderoga, NY

#25 Jan 4, 2013
river girl wrote:
1 suggestion for peebles would be better advertising for the store. There is no outside lights, there is no store sign at the road and the windows with brown paper on them appear as if the store is continuingly closed. Its very deceiving as it always looks closed.
The worst problem they have is the cluster in the front of the store with employees. I have been in there several times and all the help are centered in the little desk area and talking about things that are NOT store related. They are to busy laughing and joking to even ask if you are looking for anything or can they help you find anything. The store is surley doomed with that bunch working there. The clothing is not that stylish and is mostly polyester.Lack of management seems to be the problem.
ABC

Greenville, NY

#26 Jan 4, 2013
river girl wrote:
1 suggestion for peebles would be better advertising for the store. There is no outside lights, there is no store sign at the road and the windows with brown paper on them appear as if the store is continuingly closed. Its very deceiving as it always looks closed.
The windows with brown paper are not a part of Peebles. They are for the vacant space next door. The only windows Peebles has are the ones directly surrounding the door. The sign above the door was lit last time I was over in that direction at night and I think they do have a sign on the post out by the road in front of Rite-Aid.
wow

Memphis, TN

#27 Jan 5, 2013
They r moving in to lowes they just got a federal GRANT. From what i hear they r trying to lease the building.
DR NASTY ASS

Memphis, TN

#28 Jan 5, 2013
they r leaving.This town can't keep nothing here,the town supervisior isnt smart enough to try n keep a good store in this pos town what about the food co op that was comimg, i hear they backed out also. i heard that the one n only town sup screwed up that deal. The Ti so called govt doesn't know how to do shit for this town.i just she would turn in her papers n walk she sucks..
wow

Memphis, TN

#29 Jan 5, 2013
wow
Really

Ticonderoga, NY

#30 Jan 5, 2013
wow wrote:
They r moving in to lowes they just got a federal GRANT. From what i hear they r trying to lease the building.
Lying troll.
concerned

Port Henry, NY

#31 Jan 10, 2013
customer service wrote:
<quoted text> The worst problem they have is the cluster in the front of the store with employees. I have been in there several times and all the help are centered in the little desk area and talking about things that are NOT store related. They are to busy laughing and joking to even ask if you are looking for anything or can they help you find anything. The store is surley doomed with that bunch working there. The clothing is not that stylish and is mostly polyester.Lack of management seems to be the problem.
ya dont say....??????
Over priced

United States

#32 Jan 16, 2013
I went there to shop....too expensive!
Tonyetta

Ticonderoga, NY

#33 Jan 17, 2013
Pebbles clothing is really good clothing and worth what they ask for it. It is no more expensive than BonTons, or Macy's. They have great sales at Pebbles which brings the price down considerably. If people don't want to look halfway decent, and prefer old sweats and Mickey Mouse shirts, this is not the store for you. Shop where yo want, but your comments are not necessary. If you don't like a store just don't go there...I don't shop at a lot of stores in the area because they do not have what I want or need, but I would not knock them, as other people do have a need for the products they carry. e.g. Agway, Tractor Store..
I hope they are not going out of business, but they should make the store at least look like it is open. It can be deceiving at times.
concerned

Port Henry, NY

#34 Jan 21, 2013
Tonyetta wrote:
Pebbles clothing is really good clothing and worth what they ask for it. It is no more expensive than BonTons, or Macy's. They have great sales at Pebbles which brings the price down considerably. If people don't want to look halfway decent, and prefer old sweats and Mickey Mouse shirts, this is not the store for you. Shop where yo want, but your comments are not necessary. If you don't like a store just don't go there...I don't shop at a lot of stores in the area because they do not have what I want or need, but I would not knock them, as other people do have a need for the products they carry. e.g. Agway, Tractor Store..
I hope they are not going out of business, but they should make the store at least look like it is open. It can be deceiving at times.
couldnt have said it better myself! clearance sale really good..some people just dont want to get out of their pjs to shower or anything... you summed it up..well said..

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