I have a couple of questions about this...What if you have too many groceries to
just carry out to your car? Will the carts go as far as the parking lot, but no
further? I haven't been to the new Harmons, as I don't live in Salt Lake, but as
a semi-handicapped person, I rely on the help of the cart to take my groceries
to my car I can't carry them. Just wondering what allowances might be made for
Hummm, now if they could just get an auto-device that would prevent shopping
carts from banging into cars parked in the lot. That would be a real step
Re: Utah GirlHarmons employees are the epitome of courtesy. If
someone needs help for whatever reason they are ready and willing to provide all
the assistance required. Their concerns are for the people that want to take
the carts home.
So the Smiths on 9th south have been using this technology for years....the
wheels lock up if you try to leave the parking lot with the cart. How does this
incredible Harmons technology differ from what Smiths has been doing?