How a shoe retailer is reopening amid the pandemic with an innovative safety measure

Amy Bradford, owner of Amy’s Shoes and Apparel, discusses what she's doing to keep, her staff and patrons safe as she reopens following lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Now with the Ohio retailer reopening with innovative safety measures now in place and the practical pave it's now helping. Amy shoes and apparel survive. Dini who expressed very and an easy Terrell who. And my first hour and 181000 sat and I love her she does and health literacy gap in the march. It's the aerial deal for me pat is everybody feel comfortable and confident. He also those guys he thinks they're very. All yet functional me. That night. As. Our whole concept. And cost her experience the people and yeah. Feel the clothes. It is beauty. Almost holes it prior to us magazine people we're definitely CNN. And hey it was really all he is the real strong spring selling season to you do nothing. People we're home. They were her air it. There's a lot of uncertainty and so discretionary spending 90. Well let me or I'm especially. It's you quickly and asking. Business mile street ramp I outlined. His sales and let's say scary on our hands union is the know who the clouds beyond what apps on Clinton while we are close some of our viewers start Griese masks and even tell us. I immediately got on there unless you bring it masks says I also know why you helps support health care community. Is there be a limit. And it'll be spent on CU. Eat past every. Customer urges don't eat it one select our. When the entire green lights and opening NN I Liz Gary saying. Hey I'll. He lets me pat Rapp and all well and fine and eight as busy environment possible re happens all. Healed her abdomen CD being in Easton. I the customer's behalf everything possible under our. This entire eighth and get we're thousand customers aren't you responsible and everything he can under my State Street that there is seen as possible. That is the call.

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