Ikea Launching Furniture Buyback Program
Fastcompany.com says if you no longer need your Billy bookcase or Mörbylånga table, Ikea might buy it from you. The company is launching a new buyback service in the U.S., beginning with a pilot at a store near its North American headquarters in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, where used products will be resold.

It’s one step in the company’s ambitious goals to become circular and carbon positive by the end of the decade. “Part of that is looking at opportunities and services to really provide our customers a way to prolong the life of our products, rather than them going to landfill if they’re done with the product,” says Jennifer Keesson, the sustainability manager for Ikea Retail U.S.
Sally Beauty Holdings Announces Leadership Transition
Sally Beauty announced that Denise Paulonis will be appointed President and Chief Executive Officer, effective October 1, 2021. Ms. Paulonis succeeds Chris Brickman who will be stepping down. Mr. Brickman will continue to serve as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company and as a member of the Board until September 30, 2021, when he will step down from both positions.

Thereafter, Mr. Brickman will serve in a consulting capacity through March 31, 2022, to support an orderly transition. This leadership transition is the result of the Board of Directors’ and Mr. Brickman’s deliberate and collaborative approach to succession planning.
Advance Auto Parts Announces In-Store Campaign for American Heart Association
Advance Auto Partsannounced its annual in-store donation campaign in support of the American Heart Association®. From Sept. 1 through Oct. 15, customers at approximately 5,700 Advance Auto Parts and independently owned Carquest stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico are invited to support the American Heart Association’s “Life is Why” campaign and help fight heart disease and stroke by donating $1, $5, $10 at checkout, or rounding up their purchases to the nearest dollar.

Deaths from heart disease in 2020 increased dramatically and were the highest reported in 20 years, according to the CDC. In addition, a growing number of studies suggest many COVID-19 survivors experience some type of heart damage, even if they did not have underlying heart disease and were not sick enough to be hospitalized. Funds raised through the American Heart Association’s “Life is Why” campaign help support innovative research and lifesaving tools and information needed to improve cardiovascular health for millions of Americans.
Wendy's to Give Away $1 Million Worth of Breakfast Food in Ohio
To help Ohio parents and teachers get in the back-to-school groove, Wendy's is launching a duo of deals to combat the morning madness.

One Million Dollar Back-To-School Breakfast Giveaway: Ohio-based Wendy's restaurants are giving away "breakfast for a school year" to parents and teachers in central/southern Ohio with its $1 million Back-to-School Breakfast Giveaway. $1.99 Breakfast Croissants:  Now through October, parents can snag Wendy's Sausage, Egg & Swiss or Bacon Egg & Swiss Croissants for just $1.99 each. Simply order in-restaurant, via drive-thru or via mobile order to secure this craveable deal.
First 7-Eleven Store Opens in Cambodia
Cambodia's first 7-Eleven® store opened Monday, Aug. 30, in Phnom Penh, the bustling capital city of the Southeast Asian country. Residents and tourists alike now can enjoy the world's largest retailer's unique style of convenience, signature food and drinks, as well as products and delicacies especially created to appeal to the local market.

CP ALL Cambodia Co., Ltd. holds a master franchise agreement with 7-Eleven, Inc. and is solely authorized to develop and operate stores in Cambodia. CP ALL Cambodia Co., Ltd. is a subsidiary of CP All Public Company Limited, which operates more than 12,000 7-Eleven stores in Thailand and is the largest 7-Eleven licensee.

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