Large brands often find that they are more successful when partnering with other large brands. The corporate synergy between brands, especially those in the fashion realm, proves mutually beneficial for both brands.
Last week, Alaska Airlines joined oneworld, the global alliance of 14 airlines. Previously, Alaska was a “free agent” with a solid awards program that featured some of the best redemptions and partnerships in the travel space.
Like all of you, we’ve been devastated by all of the recent acts of hate against the APPI community. Not only are many AAPI-owned business owners dealing with the pandemic just like everyone else, but their businesses are also seeing lower rates of reopening, and unemployment was up 450% among Asian Americans in 2020.
Are you looking to take your oral routine to new, more sustainable heights?
Purchasing a bamboo toothbrush could be just what the doctor–or should we say dentist–ordered. The bamboo toothbrush is becoming increasingly popular these days for eco-minded consumers who want to “green” their lifestyle in every way possible. Unlike the plastic toothbrush, which is the most popular type of toothbrush on the market today, bamboo toothbrushes are derived from natural materials, specifically the fast-growing bamboo plant. Aside from being something that’s sustainably harvested, bamboo toothbrushes are also 100 percent biodegradable. In other words, they don’t just sit in a landfill for hundreds of years as a plastic toothbrush would.
In our efforts to highlight and feature more Black-owned businesses, we’ve begun a new partnership with the Official Black Wall Street App. Founded by Mandy Bowman, this app allows you to explore and discover Black-owned businesses locally in your area or across that nation through online-based shops. They’ve got a free app for Android and iOS and just launched a new website! Keep reading for more information on this partnership.
Well, it’s been quite a year for the entire world, let alone for the travel industry. As your humble Brad’s Deals travel editor, I like to think I have a pulse on what the future might hold for the industry, but the pandemic is something no one expected to ever have to adapt to. Shut borders, closed theme parks, quarantining, and COVID testing are just some of the major changes that still are a reality for travelers one year from the official declaration of the pandemic.
We’re well into March and International Women’s Month and to celebrate we’ve started our S-H-E Shop where you can support some of the women-owned businesses we partner with. We’ve also seen that Amazon is featuring some wonderful women-owned businesses and wanted to highlight some of our favorites.
March is upon us and you know what that means! For those of us who just endured months of cold winter weather, it’s time to hang up the parkas and dust off the patio furniture. To get us all prepared for patio chair lounging in the sun, we’ve put together some tips on finding the best patio furniture deals for your budget and also rounded up a few of our favorite deals for you to shop.
March is International Women’s Month and we couldn’t be happier to introduce you to some women-owned businesses in our S-H-E Shop. S-H-E stands for Save, Honor, and Empower. We want to use this month to help you save money and also honor and empower women who own their own retail business by giving you a chance to support them. Keep reading to learn a little bit more about these women-owned businesses.
We’ve got another roundup of some Black-owned brands for you to shop and support! This time we’re specifically highlighting some Black beauty brands. We love that a lot of these brands offer more natural options and that they strive for inclusivity and diversity not only in their companies but also in their products. We love seeing more skin tones offered for foundations, more brands that give back to their communities, and hair care for a wide variety of natural textures and curls. So if you want to shop some of these amazing brands, keep reading for our list of favorites.