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What Do I Put On A Resume If I Don'T Have Past Experience?From Other - Careers & Employment Forum:
What do I put on a resume if I don't have past experience? This is for a part time job at h.h.Gregg.
Answer: Just leave it blank if you don't have any work experience. If you got any ad wares in hightail or college or what not you can put that in your resume as well.
Where Is The Best Place To Buy Appliances?From Maintenance & Repairs Forum:
Where is the best place to buy appliances? I would like to get stainless steel appliances. I am wondering who has the best deals in general?
Answer: I have done the "run here and there and all over town thing" many times. What you will find is that major retailers say they will price match anyone else on same model. What I have learned is that Sears,Best Buy,H H Gregg, all try to stock models just a little different from each other to get around matching prices. For instance Whir pool will make a special model just for Best Buy that has maybe one little feature less or more than Sears whir pool model they stock. It's a big game so save yourself a lot of gas and pencil and paper figuring and watch for a sale on the appliances you want. Compare a few looking at the Sunday paper ads at the dining room table and then go get them. I think H.H. Gregg has the most informed sales people, but Sears is also pretty good. Al way ask for a better deal if you are buying more than 1 appliance, or tell them you'll take their deal if they throw in a discount of 10% on all or deliver it free.
How Long Does H.H. Gregg Generally Take To Ship?From Other - Electronics Forum:
How long does h.h. Gregg generally take to ship? I bought a electronic product from them on Thursday (Thanksgiving) and I haven't received a shipping confirmation yet. I chose standard shipping and was wondering how long they generally take to ship.
Answer: about 10-12 centuries
Are Digital Rebel XS And Kiss F Just Other Names For The Canon Es D Camera?From Cameras Forum:
Are Digital Rebel XS and Kiss F just other names for the CANON ES D camera? Or are it different cameras? I'm kinda confused. I believe it's the same but I'm not 100% sure.
Answer: They are all the same camera. Canon releases the same camera with a different name for different geographical regions. Why? To slow the "gray market" trade. What is the "gray market"? All camera manufacturers have authorized importers for different markets. These authorized importers then sell the cameras, lenses, etc. to re-sellers like Adora ma or B&H or to dealers like your local camera shop or Wal-Mart or H.H. Gregg, etc. The authorized importer then pays fees to the manufacturer to support service centers, dealer training, etc. However, it isn't illegal for you or I to buy cameras in, say, Singapore or Hmong Kong and import them into our country. We can then sell them cheaper than sellers who bought from the authorized importer since we aren't paying out any money for service centers, etc. The consumer thinks he is getting a "deal" - until he needs service. If he's in the USA, no authorized service center for Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax, etc. will service the camera or lens or whatever it is - even if the consumer offers to pay. He is told to send the camera, lens, whatever, back to where it was originally purchased.
I'M Looking For A Portable TV With Really Good Channel Reception?From TVs Forum:
i'm looking for a portable TV with really good channel reception? i'm scheduled to work during the NFL playoffs, but I dint want to miss them.if I had a digital ready portable TV I could watch all the action while maintaining my post.i bought one TV made by hair that didn't pick up channels at all.my budget is 100$ plus shipping.i live 30 miles northwest of Chicago and the business I work at has walls that hinder reception.please help thank you very much.
Answer: Their are a few Portable HDTV's out there to Choose from. I think there are 5 or more Portable 7-10inch TV's out there, which are Widescreen/HD. They have a Built-in Digital AT SC Tuner for watching Local Broadcasts over a Retractable Antenna. They come with a Built-in Battery like a Cell-Phone. $100+ should get you a one, but Expect to pay a little more. That Hair Brand sucks... Try an Evian T7: http://tv.toptenreviews.com/portable/eviant/eviant-t7-review.html I Think it's about $130 Checkout Radio Shack, H.H. Gregg [If you have one in Chicago], Best Buy, or any other Electronics Retailer. They all have a few to choose from. And they Should be on Display to checkout for yourself. ;^) *Office Max & Office Depot might have them, too! ;^)
How Do You Say/Pronounce "Hhgregg"?From Other - Cultures & Groups Forum:
How do you say/pronounce "hhgregg"? I noticed this appliance store the other day, it's called Gregg. Any idea how you are supposed to say that?
Answer: H H Gregg.
Does Anyone Know The Name Of The New Electronic Store In The Brandy wine Town Center In Wilmington, De?From Other - US Local Businesses Forum:
does anyone know the name of the new electronic store in the brandy wine town center in Wilmington, de? I have heard about it, but I forget the name and cannot find it anywhere on line.
Answer: H.H. Gregg
What Is The Best Flat Screen TV For 250-300 Dollars?From TVs Forum:
what is the best flat screen TV for 250-300 dollars? I'm looking to buy my dad a flat screen (one you can hang on the wall) TV for Christmas, I was looking for one in the $250-$300 range that would be around 26-32". Can anyone give me any recommendations? I would like a name brand, Toshiba, Sam sung, etc. and where is the best place to buy something like this, Best Buy, H.H Gregg, Wilmar.... Thank you!!
Answer: Sam sung 4003 series led TV. He will love it. BB $319 or Wilmar $309. Prices fluctuate weekly right now. Good tech and consumer ratings on this display. Happy Holidays.
Would Or Could This Even Work...?From Cameras Forum:
Would or could this even work...? Well I got a really crappy [about $50] camera from H.H.Gregg for Christmas from my folks and I got up the courage to tell them I absolutely hated it, and they where just like, "Okay that's fine we'll just take it back." SO we got all the camera's accessories and then realized my dad threw away the box. We thought we'd give it a try anyway. So we went over to H.H.Gregg and they told us that we could only get store credit. So that being the verdict, we looked around and all the cameras they had [the good ones anyway;] where over 100$. So I thought, "Hey, what if I went to the store, bought the same camera, then took it back WITH the box, got the actual money, then go to [lets just say;] Wilmar and used the money I have from the old camera to get a new one! BRILLIANT, RIGHT?! I think so :) what do you think, could it even work? THANKS :)
Answer: Lets review: You don't like the camera you have but you can't return it because you don't have the box and you want cash back, not store credit. So your plan is to buy the same camera and use the box from it to return your Christmas gift. So now you have a camera you don't like and the cash from the one you returned. So far you have accomplished absolutely nothing except wasting time and gasoline driving back and forth to the store. Sorry, but your "brilliant" plan is equivalent to a 1 watt bulb in a 100 watt bulb display. Just accept the store credit at H.H. Gregg and use it to buy a memory card for whatever camera you buy. Or use it to buy a DVD.
Please Help With Statistics?From Mathematics Forum:
PLEASE HELP WITH STATISTICS? 1. An ad from a local appliance store says, “Double the Difference Price Protection: If, during the first 30 days from the date you purchase a product from H.H. Gregg, you find the same item at a lower price at another store we will refund 200% of the difference.” What does this mean? A. It means that H.H. Gregg will reduce its price by 200% B. It means that H.H. Gregg will reduce its price to one-third of what it was C. It makes perfectly good sense, as long as the other store’s price is at least half of H.H. Gregg’s price. D. It’s nonsense, because refunding 100 percent of the difference already reduces the cost to zero E. It’s nonsense because percents only make sense for counts, and the price of an appliance isn’t a count 2. The average price of a pound of sliced bacon was $2.28 in 1990 and only $1.89 in 1994. What is the sliced bacon index number (1990=100) for 1994? A. 17 B. 21 C. 83 D. 121 E. 189 3. The March 2000 CPI was 171. The CPI component for college tuition was 326. his mean that A. college tuition cost rose 326% while overall prices rose only 171% B. college tuition cost rose 226% while overall prices rose only 71% C. the average college tuition was more than three times as high in 2000 as it was in the 1982 to 1984 period, while overall, prices were only about 1.7 times as high D. Both (a) and (c) are true E. Both (b) and (c)
Answer: 1. C Take two competing products at 100 and 80 dollars each. The first price (HH's) would have to refund twice the difference (2 X 20 = 40) so the price would now be 60. If the second price was less than half (100 vs. 40) then refunding twice the difference (2 X 60) would mean that HHS had a negative price. I can't help with the other two because I don't know what CPI/Index numbers are, sorry.
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