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4.8
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I have to say that my experience at the Circleville Rural King has been very positive. I find their lead people well informed and ready to serve the customers. They have even special ordered my feed by the ton in advance for me so I always have a ready supply available... Les Woodgeard, owner/ operator of L&S Quarter Horsesi
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#547870 Review #547870 is a subjective opinion of poster.
4.8
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Is there a rebate on peanuts, I bought 2.1 pounds and the add said free. so I went to rebates but did not find anywhere. So why is the store ad say free when you still pay and there is no rebate. ...
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Anonymous
#896572

The peanuts are free to eat in the store as you shop. Just like the popcorn you eat while shopping. Each store should post how they are free, I understand your confusion.

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#543100 Review #543100 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Rural King Rebate
Reason of review
States free in ad, but no rebate offered.
Preferred solution
Let the company propose a solution

Clarksville, TN. Rural King Store Parking lot buisnesses

4.5
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This store allows people to run businesses without a license week after week. One woman and a friend take up to 10 parking spots with trailers, trucks, tables. She buys stuff at a Mennonite auction comes down and resells it. She blocks the already congested parking lot. There are usually 4 different people set up in the lot on any given weekend sometimes as many as 10. Some people actually sell stuff that is sold in the store in direct competition. Solution is move them away from the center of the crowed lot to a marked area along the edge of the lot, in a farmers market type set up. But not allow people to sell stuff they did not produce and are actually running a business on your location. I constantly have to park way out in the lot and push 15 bags of grain up the lot to the closest spot I could find. Normally beyond the prime spots taken by the illegal sellers.
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#863090

How do you know they are illegal sellers and how do you know they are unlicensed? They could even be directly associated with the store.

Things that are sold this way don't have to be self created-----have you ever heard of Flea Markets? It sounds like this is what could be going on instead of the Farmer's Market type of selling that you think would be better.

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#527272 Review #527272 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Parking lot issues
Preferred solution
stop the practice or move into a side area for farmers market