The retail giant offered virtual camps and drive-in movies this summer, and is now hosting Halloween and college football events.
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A lot of retailers need to close more stores, and many are. But what about the ones meant to showcase their brands? It depends.
Analysts hailed the move as synergistic for both companies, especially considering the appeal of virtual workouts during the pandemic.
As summer rolls on, the COVID-19 pandemic promises to interfere with one of retail's most important annual shopping seasons.