‘I’m not a robot’: How you can save the Cox store from extinction

“I am a robot” is not a common refrain heard from shoppers at Cox in the UK, as they have been left devastated by the closure of their Coxmart store, in Leicester, last week.

Cox are planning to close down the store as part of a bid to “save” the Coz store and “give them back their dignity”.

However, despite the shop’s closure, the Coys have continued to donate proceeds from their sale of their product to charities, including the Salvation Army and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

As part of the move, they will be offering a 25% discount on the sale of Coz products.

“We want to make sure they get the message and that they get what they need,” Cox’s head of marketing, John Turner, said of the charity’s decision.

“I think the whole idea of the Coystore has been really positive for the charity and that’s a really positive thing for them.”

Turner said the Cozy store has also provided a huge boost for Coz’s efforts to improve the welfare of animals.

“The store is great, it has been a fantastic store for them,” he said.

“They have been very good for the Coxs store.” “

They are very caring people and they are very passionate about animals.”

“They have been very good for the Coxs store.”

It’s been a difficult few weeks for Cox, which has faced a number of financial problems, including a £2.5 million debt, and is being closed at the end of the month.

“It’s been really difficult,” Turner said.

“If we don’t have that, we won’t be able to operate as a business.” “

A spokesman for the Salvation War said the charity had donated money to Cox for the last five years and was committed to supporting them as a charity. “

If we don’t have that, we won’t be able to operate as a business.”

A spokesman for the Salvation War said the charity had donated money to Cox for the last five years and was committed to supporting them as a charity.

“For the last 5 years, the Salvation Arm has been helping Coxs customers find ways to help animals,” the spokesman said.

Coxs charity said they were grateful for the help of the Salvation arm.

“These funds will go towards our ongoing commitment to the Coxy store.

We will continue to do everything we can to support Cox,” Turner told the Leicester Mercury.

Coxy has been in the news recently after it was revealed that a woman had been charged with murder for allegedly stabbing her estranged husband in the back of the head, causing him to bleed to death.

The Coy store in Leicester was shut down on Wednesday and the sale will be available to the public on the Coxxstore website for a one-off price of £2 from March 19.

The sale will only be available for two weeks and is also available to buy online from Cox stores in the US and Australia.

“There’s been so much negativity, and so much hatred, about the Cozzys,” Turner added.

“So many people are upset about the store and are angry about what’s happened to them, but we know we can make a difference.”

“The Coz have a really wonderful store and they have always been a good source of inspiration for us.”