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September 20, 2020
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In case you missed it:
Steven Silverstein, president and CEO of Spirit Halloween, shared how he anticipates consumers will spend the spooky holiday. We learned what retailers plan to do with excess toys from movie screening delays and how Prose hair company uses tech to customize products. On the Retail Gets Real podcast, Enjoy CEO Ron Johnson discussed the mobile retail company and the future of shopping for the consumer at home.

Coming up this week:
On the Retail Gets Real podcast, we talk with NRF's Jon Gold, VP of supply chain and customs policy, about how COVID-19 has affected the supply chain and inventory. What products will be high in demand and how can retailers properly prepare for the upcoming holiday season? On NRF's blog, we'll look at how food trucks are faring during the pandemic and share some insights from NRF PROTECT ALL ACCESS, retail's loss prevention and cyber risk event. The event kicks off September 22 -- register now.
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Some 95% of consumers plan to purchase candy to celebrate Halloween this year. Source: Prosper Insights & Analytics.
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