I’m talking about Walgreens, of course—but not the one in Covington, Kentucky. This happened in Los Angeles, California.
A customer happened to notice that one variety of wrapping paper at the corner of happy and healthy (Walgreens/Los Angeles) had swastikas on it. No, really it did. Click here to get a full report.
Really, Walgreens? It takes a customer to point this out? You don’t know what you’re stocking in your shelves? You didn’t know you were selling Nazi wrapping paper?
The reality is they probably didn’t. Unlike the employees who actually do the work at Walgreens, the “corporate types,” the people in the suits, don’t seem to know what’s going on in their stores. I mean they’re the ones who had to order the paper.
That’s the one thing that the Walgreens in Covington has in common with the Walgreens in Los Angeles—those people in charge. So much of the time, they are completely clueless.
By the way, Walgreens, down there at the corner of happy and healthy, has removed the offensive wrapping paper from their shelves. Happy Holidays and be well!
(Photo from opposingviews.com)