“Two Apple Stores in Bergen County, New Jersey are devising a way of getting around local ‘blue’ laws preventing shops from opening on Sundays, sources say,” MacNN reports.
“While the state technically abolished such restrictions in 1959, local jurisdictions were allowed to enforce their own laws favoring religions with Sunday observances,” MacNN reports. “The Garden State Plaza Apple Store in Paramus and the Tice’s Corner outlet in Woodcliff Lake are said to be Apple’s only US retail sites not open on Sundays.”
MacNN reports, “The stores are said to be planning to only offer services on Sundays, rather than products, since local blue laws are directed mostly at sales of goods.”
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