It's supposed to remind the cashiers to tell their customers about this super great deal coming up, but there are a few things wrong with it.
- It's posted in a place that's completely visible to customers, so it should really just be targeting us instead of the workers.
- This new money saving system has already started. I don't remember exactly when, but it's been at least a month for sure. So the sign can really come down now.
- I don't know WHAT these quotation marks are doing. There is "absolutely no need for them."
- The little clip-art guy is freaking me out.
- The capitalization is so weird! "SAVE UP TO $1 PER GALLON On Gas?" Really, you couldn't just capitalize the other three letters in the sentence and make it all a big yell-fest? Or you know, you could be rational and say, "Save up to $1 per gallon on gas!" What makes the last two words less important than the rest of the sentence?
- OFF-CENTER CENTERING.
- And last but not least, that paper has been folded. Why would you fold paper that you were going to put in a display case?