Same thing at my local Walmart. They rearranged the Automotive aisles and in the process, reduced motor oil shelf space to about half of what it used to be. From a retailer perspective, this makes sense. Prolonged empty shelf space was a waste of valuable space.They weren’t bare however, shelf space dedicated to motor oil has decreased.
My local WM is a semi-modern superstore, clean, but it's like they can't get enough employees to come in every day.Once in a great while.... there's that "one" employee! But yes, most of the time.... it's a cluster-$#%$# to go through that store.
That would be a very long thread/post. Now, there are "good" stores for sure... I highly believe it's the localized management team that makes the difference. If no one notices the smaller operational details, then who will? It's like anything... there are good car dealerships and then there are ones that put themselves out of business. Some people don't care about anything else but "price" and will put-up with anything to get it. I know pleanty of people that avoid Walmart for reasons that are self evident. I don't think I need to explain...Yes.