The Best Amazon Prime Day Deals of 2020 on Home Goods and Decor

Hold on to your wallets, we’ve got some of the best Amazon Prime Day deals of 2020 coming in hot. While the event typically falls in July, Amazon announced just a few weeks ago (surprise!) that it would take place in October, and we’ve got a highlight of a bunch of Clever-approved products for cleaning, cooking, and decorating.

True to form, Amazon doesn’t disappoint when it comes to appealing prices on what seems like everything from furniture and electronics to decor and office supplies. Make sure you don’t take spend too much time deliberating on purchases—a lot of the best goods will sell out quick. Also keep in mind that Amazon adds new sale items throughout the 48-hour period and that its Lightning Deals expire in a matter of hours, so it might warrant checking the site periodically if you can’t seem to find that certain something on your wish list.

If you’re not already an Amazon Prime member, you can sign up here and get to it! After a free 30-day trial, membership costs $12.99 a month and provides all the benefits of Prime (including bingeable design shows), plus the full slew of Prime Day items. You can shop the sale on the site, via the Amazon app, or using Alexa-enabled devices.

Okay, enough talking. The sale ends October 14 at 11:59 pm ET, and whether you’re looking for some sweet high-powered vacuums, midcentury furniture, or a smart home gadget, we’ve got you covered with a sampling of the best Amazon Prime Day Deals of 2020 for the home and kitchen.

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I Luv Company, Specializing in Silicone Kitchen Utensils and Idea Consumer Goods, Speeds Up the Entry into Overseas Markets – Press Release

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I Luv Company, which sells silicone kitchen utensils and idea consumer goods to hypermarkets and home shopping in Korea, is accelerating its entry into the overseas market.

I Luv Company is loved by housewives in their 30s, 40s and 50s, dealing with silicone and novel idea kitchen utensils and daily necessities, as well as safe consumer goods and cost-effective consumer goods.

I Luv Company owns 1 patent and 2 trademark registrations, 1 design, and 1 intellectual property rights, was awarded in the Trademark Design Rights Fair in 2018, and received a commendation from the Shared Growth Committee and the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy in 2019. 

The main product of I Luv Company is silicone cooking utensils, and what’s special is that it is entirely made of silicone, unlike general cases where only part of the product is made of to lower the mass production cost, so it’s safer and more hygienic. 

The silicone material does not generate harmful components and can survive in boiling water by withstanding 250 degrees to minus 50 degrees Celsius and can be disinfected. Also, because it is flexible, there is no sound or scratches on cooking utensils, pans, etc., preventing the growth of secondary bacteria in advance.

Among the products of the I Luv Company, the chopping knife basket was selected as a global luxury product by the Korea Institute of Design Promotion. Moreover, in 2020, a dedicated R&D department was opened to accelerate product design. I Luv Company is actively working as it supplies to large-scale marts in Korea such as E-Mart, Lotte Mart, Nonghyup Distribution, E-Land Retail, GS Retail, Mega Mart, Seowon Distribution, etc.

I Luv Company has its own kitchenware brand, Aerang Cook. Aerang Cook is attracting attention by housewives with the theme of adding love to cooking by combining a Chinese character, “Ae,” which means love and Korean “rang,” and English, “cooking”.

I Luv Company has exported its products to Kenya, and is preparing to export to Brazil, Indonesia, Vietnam and Malaysia. As it entered the US online market Amazon and Southeast Asian market Shopi, it promoted the products of the brand Aerang Cook and went on export. In addition, overseas buyers who prefer Korean products will supply products to overseas buyers through ODM orders.

Taking this opportunity, Ji-yoon Seong, CEO of I Luv Company, said that it plans to introduce kitchenware that consumers can trust and use safely, and that it plans to promote and export Aerang Cook products, I Luv Company’s brand, to 40 countries.

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House to consider bills on Chinese goods made with forced labor, Pelosi says

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, September 18, 2020.

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Lawmakers will consider two bills next week on goods made with forced labor from China’s Xinjiang region, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Friday, with one that would restrict imports and another requiring publicly traded U.S. companies to make disclosures on supply chains.

“If we refused to speak out about human rights in China because of commercial interests, then we lose all moral authority to speak about human rights any place in the world,” Pelosi said.

Relations with China have become an issue in campaigning for the Nov. 3 U.S. elections, with Republican President Donald Trump running for re-election against his Democratic challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden. Control of Congress is up for grabs, with Pelosi’s fellow Democrats trying to retain control of the House and hoping to gain control of the Senate, where Republicans have a small majority.

Trump and his fellow Republicans have sought to portray Democrats as weak on China, which Democrats dispute.

In her remarks on China at her weekly news conference on Friday, Pelosi noted that she has been a critic of China on issues such as trade and human rights for more than 30 years.

The United States and other countries have been ratcheting up pressure on China over its treatment of Uighur Muslims in the remote Xinjiang region, where the United Nations cites credible reports as saying 1 million Muslims held in camps have been put to work.

China has rejected allegations of forced labor in Xinjiang and criticized the United States for meddling in its internal affairs.

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The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Atlas Air Worldwide, BMC Stock, Central Garden & Pet Company, Comfort Systems USA and DICK’S Sporting Goods

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Chicago, IL – September 17, 2020 – Zacks.com announces the list of stocks featured in the Analyst Blog. Every day the Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and the financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include: Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc. AAWW, BMC Stock Holdings, Inc. BMCH, Central Garden & Pet Company CENT, Comfort Systems USA, Inc. FIX and DICK’S Sporting Goods, Inc. DKS.

Here are highlights from Wednesday’s Analyst Blog:

Wall Street Makes Record Recovery from Coronavirus: 5 Growth Picks

The Dow Jones Industrial Average, despite the recent turmoil, has almost recovered all losses suffered during the coronavirus pandemic. The blue-chip index bounced back from the bear market territory in March and is now near its all-time high achieved on Feb 12, 2020.

Similarly, the S&P 500 had plummeted more than 30% within six weeks this spring, marking its fastest descent from record levels into a bear market. But the broader index has been on an uptrend, recording the fifth successive month of rally in August in more than 80 years.

What’s more, the S&P 500’s journey from a record high in February to a bear market in March, and then again to a new record, only took 126 trading days this year, the fastest-ever climb. To put things into perspective, if we go back to 1928, it took the index 1,500 trading sessions to return to record levels after slipping into bear territory.

This year’s stock market rebound has been even more startling, since the year has been plagued by a pandemic that left millions of Americans unemployed, while corporate profits have seen the steepest collapse in a decade. So, what drove the historic rally? Primarily, stimulus from the Fed and the Congress helped the stock market scale north.

The Fed has kept interest rates at near-zero levels and has promised to keep it at that level even if inflation picks up. Fed’s initiative to lend billions across markets also buoyed investors. Moreover, as Fed bought corporate and Treasury bonds, yields tanked, making stocks more alluring.

At the same time, the U.S. government provided more than 150 million in stimulus checks to Americans and nearly half a trillion dollars in loans to small business houses. The encouraging response along with the lessons learned in the financial crisis of 2008 helped the stock market’s rebound.

And let’s admit, many investors still had faith that the U.S. economy will get its mojo back once the pandemic is under control. In fact, factory activity had accelerated in August, and hiring improved for the fourth straight month. Consumer outlays also picked up in August after a substantial drop. To top it, many analysts opine that the skid in corporate profits has likely bottomed, too. Leuthold Group, a research firm, added that many economists now expect annual GDP to improve next year at a rate not seen in the past 70 years.

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Is your Sur La Table closing? The kitchen goods retailer is liquidating more stores by the end of September

Going-out-of-business liquidation sales are now underway at 17 additional Sur La Table stores.

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The Seattle-based luxury kitchen goods retailer filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in July and announced plans to close 51 of its 121 stores while looking for a buyer for remaining locations. Five locations were listed as permanently closed in July.

According to a news release Friday, liquidation firms Great American Group, SB360 Capital Partners and Tiger Capital Group are managing the sales at the closing stores, which started Aug. 28, and the initial discounts are up to 30% off original prices, the release said. 



a store inside of a building: Sur la Table is closing at Freehold Raceway Mall.


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Sur la Table is closing at Freehold Raceway Mall.

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A joint venture by Marquee Brands and CSC Generation, bought the remaining Sur La Table stores, brand and related intellectual property last month, the release said, noting that more than 55 Sur La Table locations will continue to operate across the country.

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According to the retailer’s website, stores will close by the end of September. Sixty-three locations were listed as permanently closed Friday.

Sur La Table, which is known for offering cooking classes at some of its stores, will not offer classes at closing locations, it said on its customer FAQ page. Classes will continue at select stores and online.

The company previously said the closings are “a result of the financial impact of the COVID-19 crisis.”

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Sur La Table store closings 2020

The following stores are slated to close by the end of September, according to the store locator.

California Sur La Table closing stores

  • Burlingame: 1208 Donnelly Ave.
  • Dublin: Persimmon Place, 5186 Dublin Blvd.
  • Los Angeles: Farmers Market, 6333 W. Third St.
  • Woodland Hills: Village at Topanga, 6316 Topanga Canyon Blvd.
  • San Francisco: Ferry Building Marketplace
  • Santa Monica: 301 Wilshire Blvd.

Florida Sur La Table closures

  • Aventura: 19501 Biscayne Blvd.
  • Sarasota: Pineapple Square, 22 N. Lemon Ave.
  • West Palm Beach: Rosemary Square, 700 S. Rosemary Ave.

Michigan Sur La Table closing store

  • Grand Rapids: Breton South Village, 2500 Burton Street SE

Nebraska Sur La Table closure

  • Omaha: One Pacific Place, 10353 Pacific St.

North Carolina Sur La Table closings

  • Durham: The Streets at Southpoint, 8030 Renaissance Parkway
  • Huntersville: Northcross Commons, 9129 Sam Furr Road

Tennessee Sur La Table closure

  • Germantown/Memphis: Saddle Creek, 7509 Poplar Ave.

Texas Sur La Table closing store

  • Fort Worth: Waterside, 3700 Vision Drive

Virginia Sur La Table closure

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