Fall is upon us, which means your inventory has transitioned for seasonal demand. This also means you should take advantage of opportunities to host events and sales to get rid of your summer inventory that didn’t sell.
Labor Day is officially on Monday, September 4th, but most people spend the entire weekend celebrating. Many retailers choose to have big Labor Day Weekend sales, and it is something you should consider doing too! Make sure you advertise your sales and get the word out to ensure you get people shopping in your store. You can also celebrate the end of summer by hosting an event with apps and drinks to attract customers into your store to take advantage of the sales.
First Day of Fall
The first official day of fall is Friday, September 22nd. A great way to celebrate would be to have a fall party in your store! Have apple cider, caramel apples, or other fall treats for your shoppers to enjoy. You could even plan an event to be held outside of your store. You could go to a local park and rent a bonfire pit and roast s’mores with your community!