Macy’s Black Friday in July

Paul J. Carlson

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Slashing prices on homeware, kitchen items, clothing and beauty products, Macy’s is hosting a Black Friday in July sale with huge discounts that match those you would normally see around Thanksgiving. Brands like KitchenAid, Tommy Hilfiger and Martha Stewart Collection are participating, giving shoppers the opportunity to purchase thousands of high quality products at low prices. The sale is active through July 13.

While Macy’s typically holds a clearance event towards the end of the summer, Michael Bonebright, consumer analyst for DealNews.com, said this year’s sale is earlier and filled with “unusually good” discounts. He attributes the sale to Macy’s

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Macy’s Reopening Across Orange County: Newport Fashion Island

Paul J. Carlson

NEWPORT BEACH, CA — Macy’s Department Stores will reopen several stores in Southern California, with coronavirus safety precautions in place, the chain announced Thursday.

Chief stores officer at Macy’s Marc Mastronardi commented on the openings, describing changes the store will undergo amid the coronavirus pandemic. New precautions are in place to keep customers and store workers safe, he said.

“We are now offering curbside pick-up to make getting what you want quick and easy,” Mastronardi said. “Our teams have come together and supported each other and our communities throughout this challenging time, and we look forward to safely serving our customers whenever they are ready to shop.”

For customers shopping in the stores, Macy’s has implemented enhanced safety and wellness procedures to help combat any potential health concerns, complying with the Centers for Disease Control’s recommended protocols, such as:

  • frequent and enhanced cleaning in heavily trafficked areas and on hard

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