I've written about conditions at CVS stores before. Now, every parking lot strip at their Fresh Pond Road store has disintegrated, making it look pretty bad. CVS certainly has the money to keep their properties in tip top condition, so there's no excuse for this.
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I'm old enough to remember when the "Consumer Value Store" was a crappy little hole-in-the-wall in downtown Providence, RI. I guess they're too big now to bother with little details, like keeping their properties attractive.
Give the corporate offices a call and send them photos via email:
1 Cvs Dr, Woonsocket, RI 02895
The CEO is CEO: Larry J. Merlo
They tend to respond when they find out about shit like this.
It worked for me with Auto Zone and Walgreens in Jamaica.
I've sent many emails and photos to their corporate office and received phone calls back from them and they addressed any problems within days. Graffiti, garbage, and lighting were some of the major complaints.
Rite Aid is another poorly run company, but they also respond to complaints within a fairly reasonable time frame.
Study: CVS has largest CEO-to-worker pay disparity among top companies
As a an owner of a company that makes precast concrete products, you gotta make a special effort to make parking chocks of such a shitty quality.
Anon2, I'm pretty sure CVS is also the only pharmacy chain in the city that isn't unionized. They should anti-union videos during the training. I believe they are unionized in Long Island though.
Perhaps CVS could do something about the beggars who are appearing on a regulars basis outside the entrance to the store.
I was there this past weekend and there was not only one but two at this site.
Considering how new that location is, they should sue the contractor/vendor for those blocks. They should not have fallen apart like that so fast.
Does CVS actually own this property?
Odds are they rent, if so, feel free to complain to their landlord.
The parking lot in Howard Beach's CVS needs fixing too..
CVS is too busy cooking up ideas on how to make their receipts longer.
Yeah why the heck they waste so much paper on the receipts, crazy..
A couple of lawsuits filed by anyone tripping on one of these trip hazards will do it. CVS, in this case, crummy vile shit!
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