By Tanveer Mann in Metro.
Today is Purple Tuesday – and no, it’s not yet another day for crazy shoppers trying to bag a bargain. It’s actually pretty serious and is the first of its kind aimed at highlighting some of the challenges disabled people face while shopping. The national day was founded by Mike Adams, the chief executive of Purple, a not-for-profit organisation that campaigns for businesses to be more inclusive. More than 700 businesses have taken part in Purple Tuesday, with them dedicating their stores to disabled shoppers.
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