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The deal, struck in November 2019, ran into trouble after coronavirus-related lockdowns closed shops around the world and curbed international travel, hitting demand for luxury goods.
When two restaurants and a small retail shop all closed within a year of one another, my weekend sales dropped approximately 25 percent.
Previously, masks were required only on public transport, in shops, and in some school contexts.
The way customers shop has drastically changed during the pandemic so we needed to make sure our benefits addressed their top concerns and that we had an offering that was ready and available to them.
Before getting this recommendation from a colleague, I was buying masks piecemeal from Etsy sellers and various shops, but I hadn’t found one that I felt fit right.
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There are brands that sell cargo bikes via bike shops, like Benno, Tern, and Yuba, but they have limited dealer networks that tend to cluster in certain geographical areas.
The city already had a program in place to pull in outdoorsy businesses, like fly-fishing gear manufacturer Ross Reels, and to target companies that might be swayed by outdoor access when deciding where to set up shop.
Haplessly caught in the middle of warning PR shops, whiplashed media reporters went back to comScore for clarification, and the measurement service sided with CNN.
The idea is similar to how platforms like Facebook and YouTube can position themselves as one-stop shops for advertisers to reach a lot of people rather than piecing together deals with individual publishers.
Chris topher Street in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village became a fairly safe locale with bars and coffee shops that surreptitiously catered to a LGBTQ clientele.

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