Re: Houston Walmarts Super Center NOP
Yes, that's a lot of trouble for sure. I find that I have much less trouble when I stick to Super Walmarts that
are OUTSIDE large metro areas. If I'm truly using Walmart just for parking as I'm on the way somewhere, then
it should be no problem to pick one outside major areas. I just went through Houston this week and stayed a
night at the Katy Super Walmart. A number of rigs, plenty of space, no problems.
--- In walmartrving@..., "wayfolk" <judymckinney <at> ...> wrote:
> Yes it did. We have covers over our windows at nite which makes it fairly obvious that we're staying. Most
security guards take note of that as well as the fact we park waay back from the store and are oftn all alone
out there. We pull a small equipment trailer, but only take two spaces end to end. I know they have to deal
with big rigs that park in the middle of a row (for whatever reason) and you get three or four of those and a
huge space is taken up, so I now tell them we drive a van and use reuglar spaces. During Black Fri wkend, it was
never so crowded that there was no room for us. Besides, we're shoppers too!
> a side note, we went into the 1717 Main St, pearland, Tx WMSC last nite and spoke to a mgr, she allowed us and
did not mention leaving by 6am. Which I appreciate as I am not an early riser!
> --- In , "tcoelhogroups" <.> wrote:
> > Judy, did this happen this past weekend....the busiest shopping days of the year? That is one problem I
have with calling to ask permission, I never know how busy the manager or whoever is and if they are busy at
all they are certainly doing something more important than dealing with questions like this. One thing I
am curious about......the security guard banged on your van at 10:00?? Why would he think a van parked in
the lot with no lights was there other than just parked while shopping? A motor home or trailer, maybe, but a van?
> > Terry
> > --- In , "wayfolk" <judymckinney <at> > wrote:
> > >
> > > Just had a rather rude experience at the Walmart at 10505 Broadway St. in Pearland (South Houston).
Called earlier to speak with the Mgr, the