1) If the place isn't local then it is doubtful the term "competitor" would apply, since they aren't really in a position to be competition. 2) Usually those type of advertisements state restrictions and a definition on who they consider to be a competitor. So read the fine print or additional details.
by Rusty Plastic - 20 hours ago
They'd be within their rights not to accept it. A salon in Phoenix is NOT their *competitor* if they're in Pittsburgh.
by rtfm - 20 hours ago
I highly doubt they would take it. Because its not like you would just go right out and buy it from the competitor seeing as how they are across the courtly.
by Em31 - 20 hours ago
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