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Jcpenney in Quitman, Texas - Cabin Creek jeans

Why does your store show up in a google search? You haven't carried these jeans in years. I really like these jeans and you have disappointed so many women by not selling this great product. I guess you will go the way of Sears stores. See what happens when you don't sell a product that grown want.
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#1448392 Review #1448392 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Jcpenney Jeans
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no longer carring cabin creek jeans
I went to JC Penney today to replace the battery of my boluva watch. Prior to going to the store, I asked what is the best day and time to go. I called yesterday, Friday, and I was told that tomorrow (meaning today, Saturday, July 20th, 2013) I can come after lunch. I...
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Anonymous
#1565853

This is horrible. I was thinking about using their services if I buy a watch there but maybe I should go to an actual watch store.

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#431362 Review #431362 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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I love these jeans and JC Penny doesn't carry them anymore. What were you thinking. I do not shop there anymore because of this and the rude employees!!! Now if the employees were nicer and you started carrying my jeans again well I would definitely start shopping...
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Anonymous
#707077

Wow you are as rude as they come. You are blaming a store for a brand they don't carry anymore (either the economy has killed the maker, or people think that stuff isn't fashionable they stop buying it) ..

for what ever reason..that stuff is not even made anymore....if you can't find your product .. you move on.

Adapt with the time.. don't get stuck in them.

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#419052 Review #419052 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Jcpenney Jeans
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Jcpenney in Lubbock, Texas - SJB Jeans were the only ones that fit

I agree with everyone else and don't understand how J.C. Penney's is still in business. I can't see anything but trash in their stores anymore. I used to faithfully buy all the St. John's Bay line of clothes and now they don't exist! I cannot wear any other jeans, so now I just wear stretch pants from K-Mart. Also, they only seem to market to young rich, skinny people, and their sales staff are totally rude, (probably because they are short-staffed and overworked. I have written to the company and recieved no response. I have looked on Ebay and Good will online and can't find these jeans. I am sad. Very sad.
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Anonymous
#713327

I miss the east 5thbrand also. And I don't shop Pennys anymore.

Anonymous
#654981

I believe they are bringing St. John's Bay back! I know the store in my town has some tops and crop pants so far.

Anonymous
#654101

So Sad to be sad. I am sure others will fit and it is not the end of the world!!!!!!!!!!! :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :(

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#410649 Review #410649 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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  • st john s bay brand

Jcpenney in Dallas, Texas - Karen

Need you to bring St. John's Bay jeans back, please. These are the greatest fitting jeans ever. Need more NOW. Can't believe management made a decision to stop carrying this and other old reliable brands. Now all the clothing is "fashion". We are not all 15-30 years old. Not old, but I do like my jeans to fit (not Mom jeans, either). St. John's Bay fit my short size 8-10 stature perfectly without trying them on. Order or walk out of the store without trying on. This made for the most enjoyable shopping experience. Now, JCP has created a nightmare. No jeans fit. They are too baggy or too tight or too high in the waist. Please, please get St. John's Bay back into your inventory. I can assure you that your sales will improve just from this one smart decision. Oh, the St. John's Bay items you have in stock now are obviously last minute add ons. Please get your buyers to think quality as well as price!
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nikalseyn
#645587

Welcome to the new JC Penny.

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#405481 Review #405481 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Jcpenney Jeans
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Jcpenney in Richardson, Texas - Removed Womens Plus Sizes from local store

I live in a rural area. We do have a JC Penney store. I went today to do some shopping to purchase a new pair of jeans and possibly some tops. Our local store carried plus size womens clothing in the past and I have always been able to get the jeans of one particular brand that fit well and they have always had my size in various styles. They also carried Liz Claiborne in a variety of styles. Today I am told that they have discontinued the plus sizes and I could shop online. Mind you, the next nearest JC Penney store is over 100 miles away and I don't want to shop online at this time. I am very displeased with their decision to remove them from my local store, especially since our shopping is extremely limited in our area.
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Anonymous
#630097

"The new CEO, Ron Johnson, hopes to attract a younger, hipper client to JC Penney's" Why did they think hiring an Apple geek as JCP CEO would work? He is trying to "fix" something that wasn't broken.

Get rid of this clueless twit before JCP self-destructs.

Anonymous
#567514

America is getting larger: and 62% of the female population is categorized as overweight. Amazingly, new CEO Ron Johnson has stubbornly eliminated the successful plus size business, thus eliminating about 30- 50% of the female shopping population in each store. You would think that, with unprecedented sales and profit losses for the year, he would protect this profitable and growing business.

For years, the JCPenney women’s apparel buying teams have been working very hard to fine-tune and exploit this business. They were successful in both the metropolitan and rural markets. But now… new CEO Ron Johnson is removing a very successful plus size business from his company, because this customer does not fit the profile of who he wants shopping in his stores. Also, he needed to make room to sell ice cream and coffee (see below).

The 100 year old JCPenney company does not exist anymore...it is now called 'JCP', and the original founder's portrait of James Cash Penney, was instructed to be removed from the stores. The new CEO, Ron Johnson, hopes to attract a younger, hipper client to JC Penney's. He is remodeling its retail spaces to include a "Main Street" of 100 branded shops with new lines from ‘edgy’ fashion designers, catering to a younger, SMALLER, consumer. Along those "streets' will be ice cream and coffee bars and wood tables with built-in iPad tablet computers that shoppers can use. In the middle of it all, a Town Square will offer activities like Pilates.

The CEO has recently stated that he "will adapt content to markets based on what the demographics are," and that "small towns won't be receiving the full makeover in their stores." However, by eliminating his plus size business, especially from a market like you are describing in your very valid complaint, he is already not being truthful about his ‘makeover’ strategy. What a mess he is making of this once great American retail institution.

Anonymous
#566677

Here's an idea... lose some weight!

Anonymous
#596124
@Lose weight

We can lose the weight. You'll always be a ***.

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#357559 Review #357559 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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  • local store

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