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Retailers back NCA’s Halloween for All campaign

The National Costumers Association has announced five sponsors for its upcoming initiative to urge retailers to be sensitive to the needs of customers with disabilities during the Halloween season.

Ellie Shoes, Kryolan, Manic Panic, Elope and Mehron have all contributed to the campaign, which will allow the programme to supply the following to all NCA members:

  • A digital booklet explaining how costume retailers can best serve customers with disabilities
  • A window cling sticker announcing that the shop welcomes customers with disabilities
  • A webinar that will help members prepare their businesses to serve customers with disabilities

The NCA says it is grateful to these sponsors for their generosity and support of this important programme.

 

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