My favorite thing about the Home Depot is their dog friendly policy.
Pictured below: Me and my dog Cooper having fun together at Home Depot.
We used to have a beautiful Beagle mix everyone would mistake for a black lab.
One day the Home Depot gave her an orange Home Depot apron to wear which she proudly donned whenever she walked around the store.
Our family would visit the store even when we didn’t need something, because it made our dog so happy.
Now, my family has a beautiful yellow lab with golden fur and green eyes, named Cooper, who also loves to visit Home Depot.
When he makes the trip out to Home Depot he gets treats along with a lot of pets and love. Cooper is modeling in the below picture.
Started by Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank, the idea for Home Depot was originally thought up by the two entrepreneurs while they sat in a coffee shop in Los Angeles in 1978.
Their vision was to create a home goods store where the employees would not only be able to sell the products, but actually be knowledgeable enough to give their customers recommendations and show them how to use what they were buying.
The first two stores were opened the next year in 1979 after securing the initial capital from the Ken Langone, an investment banker, and Pat Farrah, who specialized in merchandising.
Not only did their first employees have high levels of product expertise, the stores themselves were astronomically huge, at 60,000 feet.
Each had such a wide variety of products that it was almost impossible not to find what you’re looking for. With the help of their highly trained employees, of course.
And with all the cute dogs such as Cooper walking around, you’re guaranteed to have fun while visiting the store, even if you don’t end up buying anything.
The company’s “bill of rights” has guided its vision and allowed to offer exceptional prices, products and service.
The rights state that customers should expect the best variety and price of products, as well as the help of a professional, highly-trained employee when they shop at a Home Depot.
From their humble, 60,000 sq ft beginnings, Home Depot has grown to now over 2,200 stores in 3 countries worldwide and continues to offer the service and products they dreamed of in the beginning.
Even better then its dog friendly policy, some might say at least, Home Depot offers all customers a chance to win a $5,000 gift card in exchange for taking their customer experience survey.
Keep reading to find out more and how to enter for yourself.
Home Depot Survey Prizes
- $5,000 gift card grand prize
|Grand Prize||$5,000 gift card|
|Location||US & District of Columbia|
|Entry Method||Online or Mail-In|
|Purchase required to enter?||No|
|Entry limit per period||45|
|Where to enter online||Online Survey|
www.HomeDepot.com Survey Dates
|Survey Start Date||Survey End Date|
|Jan 29, 2018, 12AM CT||April 29, 2018 11:59PM CT|
How To Take The Home Depot Survey
- Make a purchase at a Home Depot store and save your receipt
- Go online to the www.Homedepot.com survey page
- Fill out the survey questions and you will automatically be entered to win the $5,000 Home Depot gift card
Secret Survey Hack
Enter Without a Purchase or Receipt
To enter without a purchase or receipt you may enter via a mail-in entry:
- To enter via mail in, write your first name, last name email and phone number on a 3″X5″ card, and specify if you are a consumer or professional.
- Mail your 3″X5″ card in a business size envelope to the following address for consumer entries:
ASC/ Home Depot 2018 Q1 U.S. Consumer Customer Satisfaction Sweepstakes
PO Box 430
Macedon, NY 14502-0430
Mail your 3″X5″ card in a business size envelope to the following address for professional entries:
ASC/ Home Depot 2018 Q1 U.S. Pro Customer Satisfaction Sweepstakes
PO Box 431
Macedon, NY 14502-0430
The survey well-represents the Home Depot brand, with its bright orange and white interface prompting you to click to begin:
Home Depot Survey Rules & Eligibility
- Must be a US or District of Columbia resident
- Must be 18 years old or older
- Limited to 45 entries per person per entry period
- There is a “consumer” and “professional” category with one prize being awarded to each. Each person may only enter 1 category
Read here for the full official terms and conditions
Contact Home Depot
Primary support: 1-800-HOME-DEPOT (466-3337)
Customer Care: 1-800-430-3376
More options to contact online
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