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Old 11-12-2010, 08:53 AM
 
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I got there yesterday at 12:30. NO TRAFFIC until I got to the parking lot. No worse than I expected. Funny that folks were parking so far away. I drove up and down 2 aisles and got parking about mid way down one aisle. My theory on parking is that there are always people leaving so I just take my time and usually get parking very close. Sometimes a little patience pays off.

Typical Tanger Outlet. I had to wait in line for about 10 min. at THE LOFT. With all the folks there, stores weren't too crowded. Seemed to be more lines at the register so people were buying. Lots of salespeople at the register, very friendly.

I left about 4:30. Easy getting out of the parking lot. Took about 40 min. to get back to North Raleigh. Not a bad ride, at all. Easier to get to than Smithfield Outlets.

Great sales, although I didn't buy much. Lots of the stores had 40% off the entire store and then there were additional 20% off coupons.

If you have seen one Tanger Outlet, you've seen them all!

Vicki
I don't have that kind of patience. You would definitely see me walking as you were driving by
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Old 11-12-2010, 09:13 AM
 
Location: Durham, NC
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And that is why America is so fat, for reasons like this. I always am like WHAT THE F*CK are people just sitting going so slow waiting on spots in parking lots. Its so freaking ridiculous. By the time you park at a spot much further away and walk, you will be there quicker than the waiting. And its not like anyone could not use the extra walking. Its just sad. Same type of people that also use elevators to go up or down 1 floor.

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Funny that folks were parking so far away. I drove up and down 2 aisles and got parking about mid way down one aisle. My theory on parking is that there are always people leaving so I just take my time and usually get parking very close. Sometimes a little patience pays off.

Vicki
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Old 11-12-2010, 09:38 AM
 
Location: Raleigh, NC
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And that is why America is so fat, for reasons like this. I always am like WHAT THE F*CK are people just sitting going so slow waiting on spots in parking lots. Its so freaking ridiculous. By the time you park at a spot much further away and walk, you will be there quicker than the waiting. And its not like anyone could not use the extra walking. Its just sad. Same type of people that also use elevators to go up or down 1 floor.
I prefer to think of it as we are just FLUFFY!

All that walking can't be good for your knees!!!

And the elevator is there for a reason!

Vicki
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Old 11-12-2010, 09:46 AM
 
Location: NC, USA
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A team of wild horses couldn't drag me out to Mebane this weekend for the grand opening
Me either, and I live here. I did go Tuesday, gave it a few days to cool off, still a fairly large crowd, but no lines of cars-thankfully.
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