continued What is on the shelves will continue to be what customers want, he said, because the customers have decided what the store sells.
Although most people might not know it, Nov. 10 isn’t the actual anniversary of the market.
“That came out of many years ago when I really didn’t know when the anniversary was,” Bisgrove said. “Thirty-six years ago when I came here they had a Meet the Manager week that week and I thought it was such a nice deal that we just called that our anniversary from then on.”
Now, it is just celebrated two weekends before Thanksgiving, said Bisgrove.
He puts the real anniversary falling on March 24 or sometime near the end of that month.
“We don’t know when it is,” he laughed.