Fairfield Life is Good Store to Close by End of Year

A letter from Life is good Chief Executive Optimist Bert Jacobs.

Hi Friends,

At Life is good, we believe in facing the bumps with a smile. Recently, our course has changed and we’ve made the tough decision to close our Life is good Fairfield retail location at the end of 2012. While we are disappointed to come to this bend in the road, we are grateful for the opportunity to have been a part of your community.

Fairfield has given us four unforgettable years, with customers, neighbors and staff who have continually amazed us. This community has lived and breathed the Life is good mission of spreading the power of optimism. We know we’ll look back and smile on the friends and memories we made here.

We are more bullish than ever about growing our organization. As we move forward, we’ll continue to grow the Life is good brand by adding additional Life is good retail locations in key markets across the country. We will also continue to expand our online presence at Lifeisgood.com, making our products and messages available to our community of optimists.

Remember, when you do business with Life is good, you help kids in need. Learn how at Lifeisgood.com.

We thank you for your kindness and support over the years and for spreading the good vibes.


With gratitude,

Bert Jacobs

Chief Executive Optimist

The Life is good Company

Chuck E. Arla December 26, 2012 at 03:28 PM
Life may be good; I guess business wasn't.
brian kelly December 26, 2012 at 06:30 PM
where did all the money go in this country? things are not getting better! after surviving in this horrific economy for 5 years, the American people have just adapted to living with very little money...
Edgar J December 27, 2012 at 05:55 PM
Very sorry to hear. Great brand and a nice store to have in Fairfield. We need stores like this to keep our downtown vibrant. We have enough banks, nail salons, and pizza places. Those are good to have, but we need balance. Everyone remember to support our local merchants.....national chains and more importantly the Mom & Pops.


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