Petition to Forever 21
Expand shoe size for women: Size 11
As a lover of fashion and Forever 21 clothing and accessories, I would like to be able to purchase their shoes also. Currently Forever 21 only makes women's shoes up to a size 10. Increasing the size range to 11 would benefit not only me but hundreds of thousands of women worldwide who like me want to enjoy the latest fashion trends that Forever 21 offers. Please join me in advocating for women across the world with a larger shoe size to enjoy any kind of shoe Forever 21 manufactures. Thank you and I look forward to seeing this change executed !
Petition to Carter's , Michael D. Casey
A military discount in Carter's Inc.
Carter's currently does not give a military discount. They should because many stores are located near military bases and giving those who have risked their lives for us an extra discount is the least we can do for them. Also, the discount would not be significant enough to truly impact the company's sales. While working in my store in Monroe, Ohio, close to Wright Patterson Air Force Base and a historically military-rich environment, shoppers ask me frequently if we have the discount, and it breaks my heart to have to tell them no. I believe that giving these brave men and women an extra discount is the least we can do for them and their families since we are a family-oriented company, considering that they are risking family time for the sake of our country
Petition to Matty Collector
Revise Selling Method and Offer Missed Early Access Figures to Matty Collector Subscribers
For years, MattyCollector.com has offered subscription plans to customers to give them early access to figures on their site, as well as access to exclusive figures only available to subscription holders. The incentive is a good one, but rarely follows through. They almost immediately sell out and loyal subscribers miss out on the opportunity to add these highly sought after figures to their collection. The Problem The most recent example of such a figure was Anti-Eternia He-Man. Time and time again, the figures sell out within minutes, sometimes even seconds, and show up on scalpers auctions. Somehow, the system is manipulated into selling primarily to this crowd, and leaves loyal subscribers behind, having to force them to pay sometimes 10x the price for a figure they were rightfully entitled to at a subscription cost. People can even buy multiples of the same figure, making them sell faster. This is unfair to loyal customers, and deceitful as these figures are used to lure subscribers into paying for a full year of figures, and then they don't even get several of the figures they think they will be able to acquire. The Solution The answer is simple. The "first to buy" method needs to be abolished. For the exclusive figures that aren't part of the subscription, there should be one figure locked for every loyal paying subscriber. Give the subscriber a window of time to decide if they want the figure or not. They can accept or decline, and are limited to one per account. The decision should be made prior to the online sale date. This way subscribers ACTUALLY get their exclusives without having to go on eBay and pay scalpers exorbitant prices. Apologize This is a problem that could have changed years ago, and hasn't. Matty Collector should in addition to changing this process, provide a chance to own each exclusive figure it has "promised" to every subscriber as a way to make up for they way they have been treating their customer base. They can look at the order history and make an order list of exclusive figures that were missed, and offer them indefinitely to their loyal customer base. Why I Care I have been a loyal customer since they started many years ago. I love Masters of the Universe, and feel I should be rewarded for subscribing, and not punished, as the case has been the past several years. I am asking for accountability, and positive customer service to right an issue that should have been corrected years ago.
Petition to Marvin Ellison
Tell JCPenney to close for Thanksgiving
Just about the most important thing to most people is their family. My wife and I have been married for over 30 years and we treasure having our children and grandchildren share the traditional Thanksgiving day with us. Having both worked in retail for many years it is the last family day before the hectic Holiday shopping season. Now my wife's employer of over 30 years, JCPenney, is taking this important day away from us. Last year and now again this year the executives of JCPenney have decided that being open on Thanksgiving day is more important than the family lives of their thousands of employees. I urge the CEO and Board of Directors of JCPenney to be the Family Oriented store that they once were and to put the well being of their employees above the few extra dollars they might make by being open on Thanksgiving day. Chances are that by being a better family company they will make more profit for the Holidays.