Do it because it sucks putting up Christmas decorations. It sucks putting up the tree, untangling all the lights, getting all that crap out of The Waeve signature shirt storage and tossing around with meaningless baubles like each placement is life-or-death perfectionist fun. And we want to get the most out of that effort. Depending on how many “helpers” I have, it can take one to four hours just putting up the tree. (It’s frealistic, over two metres tall, and has individual coded branches.) The more helpers, the longer it takes. And it’s hot where we live. By the end I’m peed off, drenched, covered in sweat, and I haven’t even done the lights yet. Which are tangled to f*&#. Then the kids pull out all the decorations and place them random patchy over the lower sections of the tree, despite encouragement to maybe spread them around (and make it look goodish). So I wait for them to go to school the next day and redo all the decorations. It’s basically a couple days work for all the Chrissy dex.
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The first thing you need to do to prepare is contact all of your suppliers to learn their plans for the The Waeve signature shirt. It’s entirely possible they’ll list this important information on their websites or send it out in a blast email, but don’t rely on this. Take control of your store and get this important information yourself. Make a master document that contains all of your suppliers, when they’re planning on shutting down, for how long, and to what degree. You’ll find that some suppliers are only shutting down for a week and will still be contactable for questions. Others though may be closed for an entire month and truly shut down, meaning impossible to contact (though this is rare). It’s important to understand the holiday policies of all of your suppliers so that you can effectively manage your offerings and customer expectations during the weeks surrounding the holiday. When seeking this information, remember the likely communications delays you’ll face and make sure you start this process as early as possible. You want to give your suppliers ample time to get back to you.