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A Wal-Mart Greeter With Something Extra: “Bam!”

Written by Gary North on April 19, 2013

If you want to stand out from the crowd, you have to offer something special. You have to offer something extra that makes you unique. You have to have a USP: a unique selling proposition. That means that you have to offer a unique service proposition.

This man understands the importance of having a USP. His is this: “Bam!”

This keeps the shoppers happy.

They know him. They walk in and remember him. So do their children.

How many Wal-Mart greeters can say this? Not many.


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9 thoughts on “A Wal-Mart Greeter With Something Extra: “Bam!”

  1. Now that makes shopping at Wal-Mart fun.

  2. Very wise man. It's a harmless gesture that insures that people remember him. As Dr. North says, "A unique selling proposition".

    I even remember his name "Willie".

  3. He better not say that with a gun-shaped pop-tart.

  4. Rickster says:

    Just go's to show no matter how menial your job is if you do it with style and put your heart into it you are a SUCCESS!

  5. I quit shopping at WM in Kerrville, texas , They never have enough open checking stations , The wailt is not worth standing around. go to HEB all isles always open, every time I go.

  6. Well if the aisles are always open, HEB may not be open much longer.

  7. Blair Franconia, NH says:

    This guy's a hoot!

  8. jimbo999 says:

    One of the favorite quotes from Yogi Berra is:
    " That restaurant is so crowded that nobody goes there anymore."

    The reason that WalMart is so crowded is because you get things you want at a reasonable price.

    By the way, what is HEB?