Poll | Should retail shop employees wear name tags?

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Kristin Hostetter's name tag from Erewhon Outfitters

SNEWS Editor-in-chief Kristin Hostetter's first job in the outdoor industry was at Erehwon Mountain Outfitter. There, she wore this cool name tag.

Sometimes customers walk in and out of a specialty store with exactly what they need. But other times, customers require a special level of customer service and care from an employee to seek the right fit or product for their next outdoor endeavor. That's when our question comes in. Is a name tag a necessary part of that experience? Or does it take away from the authenticity of the introduction? Cast your vote and instantly see which way others are leaning.

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