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1-800-Flowers.com Debuts Experiential Workshop Collaboration with Alice's Table
1-800-Flowers.com has announced a workshop collaboration with Alice's Table for new ways to learn how to make floral arrangements. The tickets for the workshop will be $65 and include a floral arranging kit with seasonal stems and a vase from the flower brand.
"1-800-Flowers.com and Alice's Table have teamed up to bring fun-filled virtual and live floral workshops to customers nationwide," according to 1-800-Flowers.com on their website. "Each guest is provided with a floral arranging kit, which includes farm-fresh flowers and a stylish vase. You will learn step-by-step how to create a beautiful seasonal arrangement in an interactive workshop with an Alice's Table floral host."
Community Retail Is Why Fleet Feet Won Big During Coronavirus Shutdowns and Will After
Forbes has reported that Fleet Feet's #RunningIsNOTCancelled has set the brand up to respond to the reopening market well, with the sneaker business seeing a 95 percent revenue gain over 2019.
John Moloznik, director of Fleet Feet franchise operations, said in the above Forbes article, "The difference between buying running shoes from another retailer, like Nordstrom or a big box store, versus buying it from a run specialty store is the fit process. That's what makes our industry truly unique."
Resale Market Expected to be Valued At $64 Billion in 5 Years, As Used Clothing Takes Over Closets
According to a CNBC article, resaler ThredUp has announced that the secondhand apparel market is currently valued at about $28 billion and will reach $64 billion within five years, according to a report the brand conducted with third-party research firm GlobalData Retail.
"Resale is here to stay," said ThredUp co-founder and CEO James Reinhart in the above CNBC article. "The next question is who wins and who loses."
How Much Covid-19 Cost Those Businesses That Stayed Open
According to a Wall Street Journal article, businesses might be seeing high costs due to staying open during the pandemic, due to new cleaning procedures and increases pay for frontline employees.
Some of these businesses include:
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