follow us

Macy's expects quick recovery from Hurricane Sandy's impacts

CINCINNATI -- Macy's Inc. said that it is confident that, through the remainder of the third quarter, it can make up some or most of the lost sales from its 200 Macy's and Bloomingdale's store closures during Hurricane Sandy.

The closures ranged from a few hours to multiple days.

"Our thoughts and prayers continue to go out to the thousands of our associates and millions of our customers who were affected by the hurricane," said Terry Lundgren, chairman, president and CEO. "In our preparation for the storm, their safety was our utmost concern. We are grateful to the teams in our stores, systems, logistics and central office operations for their extraordinary efforts in helping us to prepare thoroughly and recover quickly from Hurricane Sandy."

 

Featured Video

  • Uttermost and Surya at the Dallas Market Center

    Camera Icon More Videos

Other Home Furnishings Sites

Casual Living
Gifts and Decorative Accessories
Home Accents Today
Kids Today
Home & Textiles Today