Dillard’s department store. Six sleek black heavy glass doors in a row. On the last door, the universal access symbol, with the following under it:
DILLARD’S CARES ABOUT CUSTOMER SERVICE
If you have any difficulty in our store because of a disability, please ask any Dillard’s employee for assistance.
No automatic door opener, no power assist, no doorbell, nothing besides the kind thought. How, exactly, is it that Dillard’s is going to assist me if I can’t get in to let them know I need assistance?