Monday, February 9, 2009

Shopping at Hi-Top

Ted Amperof Manila String Machine, Jed and Jeff Aspacio while parked at Hi-Top (from left)

Last Saturday, we, our family and my in-laws, returned to Hi-Top Supermarket which is located along Aurora Boulevard, beside Faith Fellowship and in front of Roosevelt High School. This is one of our favorite places to get groceries because of the cheap prices. It has been a long time since we went to this place and have missed, not just the cheap prices of Dr. Peppers and A&Ws in can but also the other items that are not usually available in other supermarkets. The only thing different about this supermarket is they don’t use barcode scanners and I wonder why, knowing that many malls and supermarkets use this because of the efficiency and accuracy it provides for the cashier. But we don’t really complain about how they serve customers because of the low prices they have.



lemuel said...

jeff, sayang you could have dropped by our house, we are just 2 blocks away from hi top! weird nga they still don't use barcodes.....