If you have never shopped at a supermarket before a hurricane or major storm then you assume it’s business as usual.

Until it’s not.

Before Florida’s first hurricane in over 11 years zipped through the state, stock clerks were scrambling to tackle the hurricane of customers flooding the store in droves.

All across the state as well as other places like Georgia have stocked the shelves with bottled water where customers ripped them off the shelves.

Thank you to all of the stock clerks for getting the supermarkets ready for the storm, — any storm. Customers may not know the hundreds and hundreds of pallets of water that have been off stacked and transferred to the shelves.

Shelves full; shelves bare.

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