Shopping >Don Lorentz Shopko Eyecare Center
Since 1962, this Wisconsin-based, multi-department retail store has offered affordable goods for on-the-go families..
A haven for multitasking parents, this one-stop, budget-friendly shop offers a full spectrum of home and personal products. Household items include furniture, home entertainmnt, linens, housewares, appliances and seasonal items from Christmas decorations to barbecues. Men's, women's and children's apparel and footwear are also available. The in-store pharmacy and optical center caters to personal needs. Many name brands are carried, including Reebok, KitchenAid, Adidas, Ray-Ban, Champion, Nike, Sony and Fisher-Price.
Lowest price of NIKE merch. Good prices overall. Use self serv check outs to save time..
Shopko has everything I need.
They have great sales.
I don't understand their new Shopko Prefered Customer Credit Card.
I see it advertised in their flyers and on tags attached to their shelves, but nobody that works their is willing to inform me of what the heck the program is all about.
Their is ALWAYS personel at the electronics counter to help me.
I like the self service registers.
Thank Goodness they have them, cuz without them, I'd be waiting to check out forever.
Their check out counters are severely understaffed.
Isles are neat and clean. No boxes/freight sitting around.
Hands down...I LOVE their shopping carts!
They are plastic and quiet.
Not loudly embarrassing. Not metal like the other stores, which helps out alot.
Not too cold/hot to touch. Inviting to use no matter what the temp is outside.
I'm disappointed in their book selection. Kids books.
They have none in the toy section and the ones in their "in-store" Cafe are grossly over priced.
Speaking of "in-store" Cafe's.
Most have an inviting aroma that invites you in.
Their stand is mostly unattended and the only ones in there are the customers with their backs to you while they use the FREE internet.
Not inviting at all.
Drive up Rx is awesome.
I like how they combine Holiday stuff in their isles.
I'm thankful to have avoided walking all over the store looking for each item.
Lawn/Garden is great, but takes up needed parking stalls.
Intimate apperal across from the kids' section...Girls section is disturbing.
My girls saw the "adult" stuff while we were shopping for BTS clothes.
I know it's competition, but it would make a Mom's job easier if Payless and Nike were closer together.
Once a kid has their shoes off...the childs' attention span is limited. walking over to the "other" shoe area is quite a feet.
I am very impresssed with Shopko's new look and color scheme.
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