The initiative will kick off in May with a variety of family events inspired by America’s favorite pastimes and fashions from top designers.
Macy’s customers will be able to shop for exclusive merchandise from the country’s most popular brands with specially-curated collections from designers including Calvin Klein white label, Tommy Hilfiger, I.N.C. International Concepts, MICHAEL Michael Kors, Nautica, Finish Line and more.
“Macy’s celebration of America really connected with our customers and associates last summer,” says Martine Reardon, chief marketing officer, Macy’s. “Our charitable program to benefit Got Your 6 and America's veterans raised millions of dollars during our first American Icons campaign, and we are excited to once again support this important cause. We’ve also built on last year’s success with
To support Got Your 6, which is dedicated to improving veteran reintegration, Macy’s again will offer a special savings pass to benefit the charity. Kicking off May 17 with Got Your 6 Saturday, customers can give $3 at any register and receive a savings pass for a day they choose. One hundred percent of the purchase price will be donated to Got Your 6 and its nonprofit partners.
Other events will include:
Macy’s will pay homage to America’s county fair by hosting homegrown events in more than 20 cities nationwide this June. The events will feature classic fair foods, local competitions, games, activities and more;
Macy’s Day at the ballpark:
In select stores, shoppers can score a pair of tickets to a Minor League Baseball game when a qualifying men's purchase is made. On June 1, fans will experience Macy’s through scoreboard features, live announcements and game day giveaways at 60 Minor League Baseball games nationwide;
Contestants will enter their best grilling recipe through the Macy's Culinary Council sitelet on Macys.com through May 3. Local semi-final cook-offs will take place across the country on June 7, with six regional winners going head-to-head in the national Sizzle Showdown on June 28 in New York City, judged by chefs from Macy’s Culinary Council.
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