I've lived in the Battle Ground area for almost twenty years. I can remember shopping here with my parents growing up. However, I don't have fond memories of it then, and it just get's worse even today. I think that the cashiers are purposefully trained to make sure that their customers feel unwelcome. They are taught never to smile, never to say ""Hi"". The only form of communication comes from corporate, where they are taught to read my name from the bottom of receipt when I use my club card. HA! A joke! I visited the store today, and I was appalled. It was late at night, only one cashier, and I had many items. I let two other people go ahead of me with only one or two items, and then proceeded to take my turn. There was no smile, no eye contact, no verbal acknowledgement. The cashier missed a coupon on a product, so I grabbed it. When it turned out not to be a coupon but an online redemption form, she tossed it into the bag, like trash, when I indicated I wanted it. Then at the end I got flustered, couldn't find my card, and I felt like I was going to cry. When I moved forward after the transaction was through, the checker, Maria, decided to be friendly with the people behind me, greeting them and such. I almost screamed, but what kind of example would that have given my children who were with me. I don't normally use this word as it has strong connotations, but I literally HATE this store. And obviously the employees do too, because they are never nice!