It’s been several months since Hurricane Sandy ripped through the Northeast, leaving billions of dollars in damage in the New Jersey, New York and Connecticut regions. Now, as devastated home owners try to recover from the destruction, a new kind of pressure is cast upon the custom retailers in the area. Some are handling it better than others, but all are making the necessary adjustments to their businesses—adjustments they never predicted before.
Honeywell Security last week lent a helping hand to Long Island residents affected by Hurricane Sandy.
The Anti-Defamation League is seeking blankets, winter coats, batteries, bottled water and canned goods, for donation to those in the New York area affected by Hurricane Sandy. The items will be collected at the organization's Awards Tribute and Dinner Dance in New York on Saturday.
AVAD this week announced the rescheduling of three events on its ongoing Opportunity Tour, which were affected by Hurricane Sandy.
D&H Distributing said Tuesday that it will donate 1 percent of the proceeds of orders placed at its Fall Mid-Atlantic Show, as well as on its website and mobile app this Friday, to help support storm victims affected by Hurricane Sandy.