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One of the UK’s biggest retailers has said that making ,face masks, compulsory in shops in England could deter shoppers from visiting stores. Peter Cowgill, executive chair of the FTSE 100 company ,JD Sports,, said the government’s rule that ,face, coverings should be worn in shops from 24 July would probably prove a “turn off” for its teenagers and twentysomethings buyers.
JD Sports, and shareholder fined £300,000 after Footasylum takeover. TheIndustry.fashion 5th August 2020. ,JD Sports, faces second shareholder revolt over executive pay. Tom Shearsmith 3rd August 2020. ,Face masks, “will deter young shoppers” says ,JD Sports, chairman. The Guardian 14th July 2020.
2/11/2020, · ,JD Sports,’s boss sold £19.2million of shares the day before Boris Johnson announced the second lockdown, sending the stock plummeting. Executive chairman Peter Cowgill, 67, offloaded the stake on Friday for ‘personal financial and tax planning purposes’ at 745.6p, a spokesman for the High Street retailer said.
JD Sports, activities stated it meant handy out ,masks, to consumers who didn’t have one – a tactic that has been utilized by some retailers since ,face, coverings turned necessary in Scotland on Friday. The corporate stated it didn’t count on colleagues to get entangled with policing the state of affairs.