Retailers call for ‘Shop Out to Help Out’ scheme when stores reopen

She and her business partner Kim will spend up to £1,000 on reopening promotional activities, including giving away a hundred 10%-off discount vouchers, putting flower arrangements in the shop, and offering customers who make a purchase sweeties and product samples.

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