People in high places may be making decisions that affect their own lives.
But what if they’re making them at a store with the potential to make you sick?
The National Bureau of Economic Research estimates that 1.7 million people in the U.S. get the flu each year, and many of those people are likely to be at a Belk store.
Belk is the nation’s largest department store chain and its parent company is based in Chicago.
That gives it a vested interest in helping customers avoid illness and, thus, save money.
Belks website has a page on its website for customers that offers a $25 discount for purchases made at the company’s stores.
The offer was made on June 2, 2017, according to the website.
On the site, a user named Mike explains that his wife, a nurse, has had a cold the past few days.
She said she would like to buy a bottle for her and a friend to go to a local bar, which is near Belk.
Mike, who lives in California, said that he could purchase the bottle for $20.
Mike wrote that Belk offered him the discount at his convenience.
He explained that if he had paid the full $100 at the store, he would have been able to buy the bottle of Belk wine for $10.
However, the offer was only valid for purchases at Belks stores in the United States.
Belks is a foreign corporation, meaning Belks can’t sell its products to U.s. customers.
The company has no local presence in the states.
If the offer wasn’t enough to get Mike the discount, he also was offered the chance to try something different: Belks discounted wine was available in cans for $3.00 a pop.
Mike says he agreed to take the deal because the price of the bottle was significantly lower than the $10 he was charged.
Mike’s wife was shocked by the offer.
She had a blood pressure test that showed she had high blood pressure and was in danger of dying, Mike wrote on the website, adding that she was worried about the quality of her wine and whether she could get a second opinion on her condition.
Mike, who is married with two kids, added that he had also been trying to get Belk to change its policies to help people avoid getting sick and he had spoken to Belk’s management.
“I was looking for an excuse to get a free bottle of Wine for my wife and I was going to buy one,” Mike wrote.
“I would not have purchased it for myself if I did not think it would be worth it.”
Belks’ corporate office declined to comment.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health released a statement saying that it had reached out to the company and the National Restaurant Association to “address the issue of this particular customer-safety incident.”
“The National Restaurant and Foodservices Association has a zero-tolerance policy for this kind of behavior and will be addressing the situation with the National Retail Federation and Belk,” the statement said.
Belkin has not commented on the offer, nor has Belk responded to a request for comment.
Belk did not immediately respond to a query about whether it had been made aware of the offer and whether it was aware of Mike’s offer.