In the News: The Pink Daisy Talks Business Amid COVID-19
Recently, our very own Linda Tabas was interview by NBC10’s Lucy Bustamante and the Bucks County Courier Times about how the coronavirus has effected the shop.
While talking with Lucy over Zoom, Linda was thankful for customers who ordered gift certificates to support The Pink Daisy when the shop was shut down in the spring. They also discussed how beneficial it’s been to have online shopping options, so people could still order gifts to be shipped — and in some cases, delivered by Linda herself — during the stay-at-home orders.
Now, The Pink Daisy is selling masks, offering discounts on clothes, and enforcing new rules for shopping in-store. Everyone who wants to shop in person is required to wear a mask; however, if you forget one, there are free masks available inside. There’s also hand sanitizer in the store, and when people try on clothes, they’re not placed back on the sales floor until they’ve sat for a couple of days.
Linda is grateful for all of her customers who have continued to support The Pink Daisy during these difficult times.
Watch the full NBC10 interview and check out the Courier’s “Bucks retailers surviving, not thriving through pandemic” article.