Source www.cpr.org Retailers throughout Denver county look to be getting a boost. Google data shows retail establishments are outpacing transit stations and workplaces when it comes to a recovery in visitation in recent months, according to data from the Downtown Denver Partnership.
“We didn’t know what business would be like,” she said. “We could have bought a lot more than we did, but who knew?” Keeping shelves stocked is a challenge, Garbarini said. She’s ordering new inventory every week. Items are selling out quickly, and her inventory was already low because ordering for spring fashions is typically done in September, she said. Back then, COVID-19 cases were climbing and the timing of vaccines was far from certain. Garbarini bought the bare minimum, and avoided clothing for special occasions.
She says fun, summery items like casual dresses and shorts are big sellers this season. “It actually just keeps getting busier and busier and busier… We don’t know how long this is going to last, but it’s obviously kind of some pent-up demand because people sat at home for a year,” Garbarini said.
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