The company clarified that items which are sold by third-party sellers will be removed “indefinitely,” after hearing from concerned employees and customers.
The company actually stopped selling the flag back in 2015 and feels this is the right thing to do.
Customers would have to ask an subordinate to unlock the case to buying the product. But products that were geared to non-minorities were on the shelves easily.
The retail giant however said that the items are still available for purchase, but are now kept in a secure room.
Supermarkets are providing a vital service to communities during this time, customers and employees alike.
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It looks like people will be camping out again at Walmart on Black Friday. This time for their chance to buy this blue Wii for $99.
Black Friday has officially jumped the shark and has unfortunately has taken over Thanksgiving.