GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — When it comes to families teaming up for back-to-school shopping, Meijer reveals self-expression is a key consideration as students and parents are checking items off their lists this summer. The Midwestern retailer says their enthusiasm for a return to classroom learning is revealing trends that have them shopping earlier with a
WOONSOCKET, R.I.– CVS Pharmacy announced its back to school offerings for the 2020-2021 school year, with a focus on strengthening immunity and instilling confidence in kids, teens and parents. Whether families are heading back to physical school with increased safety measures, returning to video-based distance learning or anything in between, implementing new routines can be difficult.
PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – According to data from The NPD Group, more U.S. consumers are purchasing pre-packaged school supply kits this year than in previous years, when the kits are made available to them. These kits are traditionally offered via a school’s PTO/PTA organization, notifying parents or guardians of the option to purchase all their children’s school
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — Every new school year presents new opportunities. With high hopes, parents aim to do things differently. Then reality kicks in. That’s why Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain, surveyed over 2,000 moms and dads about their morning routines and school year resolutions to find out what the back-to-school morning hustle is really like. The results were
OAKLAND, Calif. — To ease the financial burden of teachers, many of whom spend their own resources on supplies, Clorox is donating $200,000 through a partnership with DonorsChoose.org that will help teachers maintain a clean, healthy classroom, from the first day of school to the first day of summer break. When a clean classroom comes first,
SHELTON, Conn. — Back to school season is here and parents are flooding stores to stock up on school supplies for a successful year ahead. Households spend approximately $510 on back to school purchases, according to a 2018 survey conducted by Deloitte, but this year, purchasing those classroom essentials can be more meaningful than ever, thanks
NEW YORK — Ordering everyday goods online and having them delivered to your doorstep has become a norm in many American households. While e-commerce sales growth illustrates this new norm, how will these convenience-based purchasing methods play a role in back-to-school shopping for traditional supplies? According to NPD U.S. retail sales data, e-commerce dollar spend