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Why Redwood Classics Apparel Doesn't Offer Refunds or Exchanges: A Commitment to Sustainability

At Redwood Classics Apparel, our dedication to sustainability and conscious consumption guides our policies, including our decision not to offer refunds or exchanges. As a small business, we are acutely aware of the environmental and economic impacts of returns and exchanges. The retail industry faces significant losses due to inefficiencies in handling returns, estimated at $50 billion annually. This is compounded by over 10 billion unnecessary shipments yearly, leading to avoidable environmental costs. By not accepting returns or exchanges, we aim to reduce this waste and encourage more thoughtful purchasing decisions. We understand this policy requires our customers to be more deliberate in shopping. That's why we provide detailed sizing charts and comprehensive product descriptions to help you make the...

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Bay Street Bull - Women of The Year (WOTY): Kathy Cheng, Redwood Classics Apparel

We are so proud to announce that our Founder and President Kathy Cheng has been named to the inaugural Women of the Year list from Bay Street Bull! From Olympic athletes and tech startup founders to social impact champions and business changemakers, our their 2021 guide features 37 impressive leaders who are making a difference, both individually and as a collective.   Congratulations, Kathy! Read her full profile on the Bay Street Bull website here:

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Women in the Promo Supply Chain: Advice from Kathy Cheng in WBE Canada Magazine

The promo products industry has a reputation for being an "Old Boy's Club". But thanks to Tier 1 WBE Canada suppliers, like Redwood Classics, the times are a-changin'. In the September 2021 edition of WBE Magazine, Kathy Cheng was asked to share her advice to women trying to navigate the promo products supply chain. Take a look! Thanks to WBE Canada for their continuous support and championing of women, including fellow Tier 1 suppliers featured in this piece: The Branding Company and Wonderkind.

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