The Dallas Market Center has partnered with the Houston Furniture Bank for phase two of its DMC Cares Hurricane Relief Program. The company’s goal is to create $1 million in support for several organizations, including the Houston Furniture Bank, via financial and product donations for those impacted by the hurricane, and is encouraging its exhibitors and attendees to join the effort.
As part of its charitable efforts, Albertsons Companies said that in the span of 21 days, its customers and employees helped raise more than $8 million in disaster relief donations for the victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma through a point-of-sale campaign at its 2,300-plus stores.
Victims of Hurricane Irma also will receive assistance from Good360, the charity the International Housewares Association has partnered with to provide hurricane victims with home goods products as they rebuild their lives and homes. IHA previously announced its partnership with Good360 to help Texas recover from Hurricane Harvey.
The International Housewares Association has partnered with Good360 to provide Hurricane Harvey victims with home products as they rebuild their lives and homes.
All but five Walmart stores in the Gulf Coast region impacted by Hurricane Harvey are open as the retailer continues working to keep stores stocked with products.
The Dallas Market Center has formed DMC Cares, an assistance effort for its neighbors and customers impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
Ikea has appointed Matt Hunsicker as manager of its future Grand Prairie, TX store, opening fall 2017.
Lamps Plus is preparing its first new store in seven years, opening this summer in The Arboretum, an Austin, TX, open-air mall. The new retail location, the company’s 39th store and third in Texas, is the company’s smallest, but the retailer believes it can thrive in less space by leveraging employees and its online operation.