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Despite Supply Constraints, Amazon Plans to Get Holiday Packages to You

The Thanksgiving shopping weekend may only officially extend five days, but Amazon has been preparing for the busy season — and the rest of the holiday shopping crunch — all year.
By making investments into logistics and other delivery methods, as well as hiring 125,000 full- and part-time workers in addition to 150,000 seasonal workers, the company is confident it can keep things in stock and get items where they need to be. Cheddar News senior reporter Michelle Castillo spoke to global communications director Rena Lunak to find out more.
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