Anyone heard anything behind talks of the new 45% off employee discounts in effect? Word floating around is to rid Cabela products off the shelves for good-- and remainder brand names to be donated outside the store.
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Depending on type agree typically BC were blue and item was to be returned.
The green sheet was used for purchases at cost by those individuals on the green sheet list. Once Cab had the capability the green sheet cost was tied to your ID and when scanned you were given the actual cost of that item.
At our store it was called a "Blue Sheet" when you checked out product for testing, "Green Sheets" were for the high end discount at certain times
Biggest mistake Cabela’s ever made giving cost or Summit pricing to all employees based on length of service.
When this program was started out was called green sheet and allowed those who were in MPI to purchase products at cost to field test. Same with bargain cave checkout. The BC thing went away due to executives checking out item and never returning them. Imagine the poor BC manager calling up Dennis or one of the others and stating need to bring this item back.
One of the worst offenders though he did purchase the BC items was Dennis Highby. Ask anyone who was around back then how many Big Foot decoys came through the BC. Dennis had standing orders he was to be informed when any came back.
Definately not trash, I agree with last reply.
Since you are most likely someone that was terminated please take your negative nose somewhere else no one wants your feedback. Good luck in your job search.
I don't think they are trying to get a stoke, to the overexaggerating replied above. People just have questions and this is a place to get answers not "trash talking" responses. Take your negative attitude elsewhere.
Where do you people hear so much trash? Holy hell, you’re all going to give yourselves strokes over nothing.
I don't think that's true, Bass Pro Shops employee discount is also 45% off their brands and 15% off of any non Bass Pro brands.