SAS Merchandising

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Yes, I have heard of them but don't really have much information to share. A former supervisor of mine went to work for SAS and asked me to hire on, but I really did not have the capacity for another job at the time. I am not sure what all they do but the reason that she had contacted me was that they were working on some cosmetics resets.

Ok thanks was just wondering because I have a job with them starting Nov10th and wanted to make sure they paid and it sounds like a good job its 5 days for 12.50
Yes, I've worked for them on a few assignments. Fairly simple and straight forward merchandising.
Hi all. I am new to this forum. I have worked in retail for more than 30 years. Now I am a professional merchandiser and quality assurance agent (mystery shopper) but I also do audits and other sorts of evaluations.

If that is the company that I believe it is, they are Set and Service. They primarily do resets on stores such as Home Depot and Lowes, but also grocery and drug store chains. And they pay a fair wage.
They have people working in groups. And generally you must arrive at the work site around 6 or 7 am. There can be some heavy lifting involved, (ie, large fixtures or boxes of supplies or product. You should have the capability to lift 50 lbs. You don't want to get yourself injured for $12.50 or any amount of money for that matter.
Actually, SAS and Sasr are two different companies altogether. Sasr does a lot of temp to perm and one time work and they are usually contracting with you for another company, whereas with SAS Retail Mechandising you work for them.
Well I just finished working for SAS doing resets for bi-lo and I loved it hoping to go to FL with them as a travling team.
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