Panel to Showcase the Benefits of Retailers Giving Back to Their Communities

Join us Wednesday June 17 for this panel presented in collaboration with ART.

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Retailers are an integral part of their communities. Here two longstanding retailers in their towns share the community-focused events and charitable endeavors that connect them to their hometowns, why and how they do it and how it impacts their retail success. During the current economic environment, where in-person events are not viable, how are retailers continuing to support and stay connected in their neighborhoods? Join us for the panel "Giving Back to the Community and the Benefits to Retailers," June 17 at 2 p.m. Eastern, in collaboration with ART.


  • Diane Falvey, EIC Furniture, Lighting & Decor.


  • Mary Liz Curtin, Leon & Lulu;
  • Laurie Gross, Gross Electric

Time: 2:00 PM (ET)

Date: June 17, 2020


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