This is another timely question; thanks for asking.
Prior to the sale of the company in 2005, we had offered a 60-day layaway, but most managers would work with you and more times than not it could be managed as a 90-day layaway.
However, prior to Gene L.'s return, it became a 30-day layaway for a number of reasons- all of which were related to the health of the company during that period.
Today, it stands as 30-day layaway with most managers able to work with you on stretching things out a bit.
As we change our retail systems here in the next couple of months, we'll take another look at things and see what we can do.
We appreciate your feedback; it'll help guide us through our rebuilding.