Perhaps you've wondered about it once or have been asked by your kids when you're shopping at Walmart or at any grocery shop near your vicinity about some stuff existing and going on in the establishment, especially those things you use and see for a happy shopping. Of course, as a long time shopper, I'm pretty sure that you've shared so much based on your multiple experiences. But are you sure that you know about everything in the business?
Do you know everything about the shopping cart you're utilizing every time? Are you 100% sure that you're well versed about its parts, components and 'physiology'? I bet you're not when you read about this story.
There's a loop on a shopping cart ladies and gentlemen. If this is a surprise to you, carry on.
I mean, is there something odd about the cart itself? Do you think you've maximized the components in it?
Are you even aware what that's for? If you're a Polo player or a hockey player, you're thinking it the wrong way.
You usually hold it to pull off the plastic board for your baby to sit.
Voila! Use it to hang your bags and all. Don't worry, it's stable enough to support as much volume as you like.
Please bring some change in your lifestyle. Or at least, consider this loop's use for the future. The loop is actually one of those ignored components but it's helpful for space optimization.
Show the true blue long-time shopper in you.
Do not forget to use the loop well.