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With that inspiration Saks is making its message crystal clear by using its famous six windows on Fifth Avenue to spell out “VOTE.” The window displays themselves will also honor “key voting milestones” through American history including the 19th Amendment Voting Rights Act of 1965 1971 passage of the 26th Amendment which lowered the voting age to 18 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.In addition the department store has made Election Day a paid holiday for all corporate employees while further coordinating schedules for distribution and fulfillment center associates to hit the polls on Nov. 3.
With the November 3 general election just a few weeks away registering to vote has never been more critical. To help foster voter accessibility Buy Saks Fifth Avenue Gift Cards
Saks Fifth Avenue is launching a new program called “Register to Vote at Saks” in partnership with the nonpartisan organizations HeadCount and Vote.org. Shoppers can register to vote online at the retailer’s website or at its flagship store in New York City where the window displays will call upon passers-by to take action and vote.
Robertson calls her professional background a "hodgepodge." She lived in Washington D.C. for a bit before returning to Memphis in 2007. Since then she's held positions at the Greater Memphis Chamber Regional One Health and First Horizon. Her latest role was as chief communications and engagement officer for United Way of the Mid South.Saks recently split from its parent company Hudson Bay. Robertson noted that Hudson Bay already had a D&I position but with the restructuring Saks needed its own D&I executive.