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Party City extends order collection service

American Halloween and party retail group Party City has extended its consumer-facing order collection service as part of its latest announcement regarding the official response to Covid-19.

The retailer will be continuing to focusing on online sales over the coming months as it extends the temporary closure of its retail locations across the United States.

Stores will remain closed until it is practical to reopen and Party City will continue to evaluate the situation, taking into account all available guidance from federal, state, and local government officials. Meanwhile, the company announced today that kerbside pick-up of online orders is being expanded to additional markets. Customers can find store-specific details on

“We are temporarily extending our store closures as the health and safety of our team members and customers remain of paramount importance during this unprecedented time,” said ceo Brad Weston.

“We are also aggressively managing all expenses, working capital and capital expenditures to maintain our financial health. We appreciate the patience of our team members and customers as we work to resume full operations as soon as conditions permit.”

As a result of the disruption and uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, Party City is withdrawing its fiscal 2020 financial guidance provided on March 12, 2020 and will not be providing an updated financial outlook at this time.

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