Shop safe, shop early

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Shop safe,
shop early.

Whatever the holiday season brings, America’s retailers are ready.

Why shop early?

The 2020 holiday season is going to be different. The COVID-19 pandemic brings new challenges, but also the opportunity to create cherished memories with our closest loved ones. We’ll celebrate old traditions in different ways, and create new traditions as part of our new normal.

America’s retailers are ready. So, this year, join us in a new tradition: Shopping safe and shopping early. You’ll help retail workers, your family and your community — because we all deserve a happy and healthy holiday season.

Take advantage of early sales

Take the stress out of holiday shopping — start early. America’s retailers are ready.

Cross holiday shopping off your list

This holiday season is unlike any other. Get your shopping done early.

Keep everyone happy and healthy

Peace of mind — the perfect gift. Get your holiday shopping done early.

In the news

NRF on Shop safe, shop early campaign
 
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NRF Senior VP of Communication and Public Affairs, Bill Thorne on Shop safe, shop early holiday campaign.
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NRF on shopping safe and shopping early
 
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NRF Senior VP of Communication and Public Affairs, Bill Thorne on shopping for the holidays in 2020.
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NRF on the Associated Press
 
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NRF President and CEO, Matthew Shay, talks with the Associated Press on kicking off the holiday season early this year.
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NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay on CNBC Squawk Box
 
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NRF President and CEO, Matthew Shay, discusses August retail sales and what they mean for the future of the economy.
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NRF Launches “New Holiday Traditions” Campaign
 
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NRF is launching a nationwide consumer education campaign to encourage consumers to shop safe and shop early.
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Imports spike as economy continues recovery
 
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Imports surged to unexpected high levels this summer as the U.S. economy continues to reopen and retailers stock up.
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