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Salvation Armyno bathroom

My 31/2 yr. old daughter needed the bathroom at the Salvation Army in Carson City Nevada, and when I asked for the restroom the young lady working there said that there's not a bathroom for costumers, so I had to beg her literally for the bathroom for my daughter. After she gave me and evil look she said ok. but don't make it a habit. Personally, I want to know why they are not required to have restrooms; it's a big store and they should have one for the costumers.
The young lady working there is always mad, she doesn't greet anyone and acts like she is above the costumers there.
Patricia Disney


  • Lo
    lovestothriftshop Sep 29, 2011
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    never mind the fact that when they do have bathrooms, people actually go on the floor instead of in the toilet

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  • Di
    dinellie Aug 23, 2011

    i know this is an old post but i just have to answer this one about the no restrooms for customers at the salvation army stores.
    1) people dont watch their children and let them wonder off. This is not a day care.
    2) people are slobs and make a absolute mess
    3) people like to use their kids and strollers to steel things
    4) people leave their tampons, pads, even diapers and whatever else on the floor or try to flush them.
    5) vandalism
    6) drugs

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