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2019 US retail calendar: The key retail dates to keep in mind

By Sasha Fedorenko March 7, 2019 - 3:27 pm

We have put together a 2019 US retail calendar for key retail dates in the industry to help merchants take advantage of holidays and key retail events throughout the year. While I’m away at Tamebay Roundtable, I thought that it’d be a good idea to showcase some of the biggest US events in the field.

March

  • 17th-19th March Prosper show
  • 17th-20th March ASD Market Week
  • 17th-20th March Independent Retailer Conference
  • 20th March Spring Equinox
  • 26th-28th March Adobe Summit

April

  • 1st April April Fool’s Day
  • 4th-6th April Global Retailing Conference
  • 15h April Patriots Day
  • 15th April Tax Day
  • 19th April Good Friday
  • 21st April Easter Sunday
  • 22nd April Earth Day

May

  • 5th May Cinco de Mayo
  • 6th-8th May Retail Innovation Conference
  • 6th-8th May Dynamic Distribution Disruption-Retailers USA
  • 12th May Mother’s Day
  • 13th-15h May Magento Imagine
  • 15th-17th May Sellers Summit
  • 27th May Memorial Day

June

  • 16h June Father’s Day
  • 21st June Summer Solstice
  • 25th-28th June Internet Retailer Conference & Exhibition

July

  • 1st-31st July Independent Retailer Month
  • 4th July Independence Day

August

  • 19th-22nd August Etail East

September

  • 2nd September Labour Day

October

  • 14th October Columbus Day
  • 16th October Boss’s Day
  • 31st October Halloween

November

  • 11th November Veterans Day
  • 28th November Thanksgiving Day
  • 29th November Black Friday
  • 30th Small Business Saturday

December

  • 25th December Christmas

We will be adding more retail events to this calendar. Let us know if you hear of other events that would be of interest for retailers.

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