Re: sheets story

Marlborough Express - - COMMENT&OPINION -

In re­sponse to an ar­ti­cle last week in the Marl­bor­ough Ex­press re­gard­ing The Ware­house ‘‘dump­ing sheets’’.

As the man­ager of Bread of Life Trust who run the Sheets ‘n Things Linen shop, I would like to ex­press my con­cerns around some of the com­ment in the re­port.

It is not our duty to tell any com­pany how they should man­age their busi­ness. I am­sure, and as it turns out, there are many rea­sons for com­pa­nies to dump stock. In this case ap­par­ently it was be­cause the dye was run­ning out of the sheets and would have rubbed off onto users. It was a valid rea­son for not sell­ing them or hav­ing them be­ing used. The Ware­house, as with many com­pa­nies, have their poli­cies and pro­ce­dures around this type of thing and it is en­tirely their call.

I can only say that the Man­age­ment and staff of Ware­house have al­ways been ex­tremely sup­port­ive, not only to us but to many char­i­ties in Blenheim. They are al­ways willing to help out.

They do not de­serve to be bagged con­sid­er­ing how much

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