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Thread: Wal Mart

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    If they announced that, do you think the rumors are true that WM has bought out JoAnn's? Sure sounds like it. I've noticed recently my flyers have a different format too. They don't come as frequently and there are fewer 40% coupons, only those strange $5 off coupons. That's a shame. JoAnn's will probably sell the cheaper grade WM fabrics at JoAnn prices.

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    For the last year my joanns has carried a line of quilting fabric Haber I think its called, that they sell at 2.99. At wallys they have many of the same prints same name at a dollar. we have very few supplies other thanfabric at wallys, though they now have ott lites. It sounds ominous for the future of Joanns.

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    Well, yesterday I visited JoAnns. Suprisingly,I actually didn't buy any fabric. I couldn't believe it. Normally, I am leaving the store with a $200 bag worth of fabric( I only visit Joann's a couple of times a year because it is so far away). Well not yesterday. They didn't have very much new fabric. The truck runs Thursday evenings with the material, so maybe I just didn't stay long enough to see the new material. This was the first time I had been to JoAnn's and they didnt' have a big selection of new material. I was kind of disappointed. Blah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norah
    I used to tell my mom, when she bought a Toyota, that when everyone loses their jobs and you can't get USA products anymore, you may have to eat your Toyota. Now I guess we all do. Been a long time coming.
    A lot of Toyotas are made her in the Unites States. We have a plant in Ohio. Our Dodge was made in China by Mitsubishi. We thought we were buying an American car. Our Suzuki motorcycle was made in Rome, Georgia. Even though Harley's are an "American" motorccyle, most parts are foreign made, just assembled in US.
    I am just trying to point out that you can't rely on the brand name to know if something is made in the US.

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    Hi , I am also upset with Wal mart no longer having any kind of sewing supplies ! Of course the store here isn't all that great anyway . Some stores still have sewing and craft supplies. Doesn't make much sense does it ? I found out all Walmart stores are affiliated with each other.

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    :? With ya here Murp ,Let's go!!!

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    :? With ya here Murp ,Let's go!!!

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    :? Why not send all these commits to wm, Me and ,mine aren't going to shop at wm IF They get rid of Fabric and we're getting a sc too. So I've been working on that Stash, hope it helps keep wm Fabrics!

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