Black Friday can be a strenuous day, especially for retailers.
Most stores have to clean up a little more than usual, however one Seattle-area Nike outlet got molliwopped.
Six days ago, the Nike factory store in Tulalip, Washington posted a picture of their store beautifully organized and ready for holiday shoppers. Yesterday, a few of the consumers who walked through the store posted flicks of the Black Friday aftermath. It seriously looks like a bomb went off.
Shoppers kicked their way through the isles as open shoe boxes and pretty much everything else consumed the floor. “We start walking through from aisle to aisle, and you’re walking over orange boxes everywhere,” Larry Downer, a Seattle resident who decided to stop into the store, told Buzzfeed. “People were just kicking stuff out of the way.”
One of the store’s workers claims 20,000 people passed through his work’s doors between 8 p.m. Thanksgiving night and 10 p.m. Friday.
Next time you go somewhere to buy something, be mindful of the employees. Please. Check out pictures of before the chaos, and, of course, the aftermath below.
I hate people. pic.twitter.com/bPfFwqFbn4— Iram (@IramFlorCamacho) November 25, 2016
(Photo: Seattle Premium Outlets via Instagram)