A letter purporting to be from Wayfair employees that was widely circulating on Twitter Tuesday — and which was shared by @wayfairwalkout — further alleged that the company supplied $200,000 worth of bedding to a BCFS facility in Carrizo Springs, Texas, that "will be outfitted to detain up to 3,000 migrant children," according to the letter.
The company will host a cannabis-themed open house in Sherman Oaks, California, replete with plants, hemp dog treats, skincare products and lessons on leaf trimming in the cabana — all to officially launch the social real estate app that uses agent- and community-based content to promote listings.
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