Borders

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  • 11711 Princeton Pike

    Cincinnati, OH 45246

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  • 513-671-5852

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This is the worst borders store in the NATION!

I was ignored by employees, they POINTED me in the general direction of the section I was looking for and nobody once smiled at me and said hello. There is a distinct lack of customer service and 99% of the employees are poorly dressed and groomed.

The fiction and genre fiction (romance, mystery, horror, sci-fi and western) well very well maintained though. A good chunk of the store, though, has been misshelved and is a general sense of disarray. The music and movies section is above average for a bookstore (though overpriced) and the new release section is standard.

The cafe staff, however, knew what they were doing and my drink was extremely well made. Kudos. The tip reflected how I felt.

The register was a different story. The cashier was rude and didn't really respond to me. Management (for what I can assume is management) wasn't really interested in her job and showed a lack of interest in their job.

Seeing as it's the only bookstore in the Tri-County area I would suggest making the trek to Barnes and Noble in Kenwood or at Newport.

I've shopped at Borders up and down the east coast and this is by far the worst experience I have ever had. It's enough to make me go back to Barnes and Noble! And I hate Barnes and Noble!!!!

Anyway...

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★★☆☆☆

This is the worst borders store in the NATION!

I was ignored by employees, they POINTED me in the general direction of the section I was looking for and nobody once smiled at me and said hello. There is a distinct lack of customer service and 99% of the employees are poorly dressed and groomed.

The fiction and genre fiction (romance, mystery, horror, sci-fi and western) well very well maintained though. A good chunk of the store, though, has been misshelved and is a general sense of disarray. The music and movies section is above average for a bookstore (though overpriced) and the new release section is standard.

The cafe staff, however, knew what they were doing and my drink was extremely well made. Kudos. The tip reflected how I felt.

The register was a different story. The cashier was rude and didn't really respond to me. Management (for what I can assume is management) wasn't really interested in her job and showed a lack of interest in their job.

Seeing as it's the only bookstore in the Tri-County area I would suggest making the trek to Barnes and Noble in Kenwood or at Newport.

I've shopped at Borders up and down the east coast and this is by far the worst experience I have ever had. It's enough to make me go back to Barnes and Noble! And I hate Barnes and Noble!!!!

Anyway...

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