Bundle – Buying cheap knockoffs of children’s clothing or only supporting a store when they are on sale is...
Today is truly a sad day for NZ retail - Pumpkin Patch’s downfall is such an awful thing to happen to a retailer. The reason I find it sad is because Pumpkin Patch has been such a success in the past and an institution in New Zealand. I find it sad on so many levels – but mainly because Bundle faces the same challenges that Pumpkin Patch has faced. I’m well aware that they are perceived to ‘off their game’ for a bit, but where was the support from us? Retailers don’t close because they have made their money and they are off, they close because people are not buying off them anymore. Buying cheap knockoffs of children’s clothing or only supporting a store when they are on sale is what killed this store. If you don’t support the local retailers that you have, then we close our doors.

I don’t believe that it’s online shopping that is killing retail, it’s the lure of the bargain. Bundle’s prices are reflective of the cost of what it takes to have a physical store – rent, power, wages, overheads…the list goes on.

My girls that work for me are worth every penny. I love them and they love you all as much as I do.

You guys are amazing customers and I genuinely love talking to you every day.

Thank you for supporting my wee business and allowing me to continue with my Bundle dream. #shoplocal
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