What to know about the fallout from the sparkle scandal

The sparkle industry is in turmoil.

The scandal surrounding the sparkles that was unveiled last year and that caused the collapse of the sparkler industry is spreading.

The fallout has left the industry in a bit of a tailspin.

But not all of it is bad.

Here are some things to know before you throw the towel in.1.

Wegmans is apologizing and buying back all its sparkles.

The iconic paper towels brand, founded in 1902 by the American immigrant and inventor George Wegman, is buying back a total of 3.6 million sparkles, the company announced on Tuesday.

Weglmans has spent millions of dollars in recent years on advertising campaigns to make its products more attractive to consumers, but this is its first major apology to date, the brand said in a statement.2.

Sparkles sold out in a matter of days.

The number of sparkles sold online was up to nearly 1.5 million in the past 48 hours.

That’s according to The Daily Beast, which first reported the news.3.

You’ll want to take advantage of the free shipping.

We’re happy to report that wegmans sparkles are free for you to purchase.

You can buy the sparklets for $14.95 each in bulk and in one of three sizes, the Wegsons Sparkle Baby, which measures 1.8 inches tall and comes in pink, green, blue, and purple.

If you buy a few at a time, you can even purchase a pack for $5.95.

The company also said it’s expanding its free shipping program for all orders to help with shipping costs, and will soon offer discounts to those who buy online.4.

It’s not a huge blow.

As we wrote at the time, the sparkling industry is a big business and the fallout has been significant.

The explosion of sales, particularly to women, has been devastating for businesses that rely on salespeople to get the sparklet out the door.

It could have a ripple effect on the rest of the economy.5.

It won’t change anything.

We are not sure what will happen with sparkles in the future, but if you buy your sparkles online, you’ll get them for free, Wegmens said in the statement.

The company said that it will be making a “small but significant investment” in the Sparkles business in the next few months.6.

It doesn’t mean all the sparkly balls are going away.

While the Sparkle company is buying all its stock, it doesn’t plan to sell them all out anytime soon, and they will still be available for purchase.

We will continue to offer Sparkles in a variety of sizes, Weglman said.7.

You don’t have to wait to get your hands on them.

The sparkles were first introduced in 2007.

We have no plans to make them available for sale until 2018.

You should expect to be able to buy them on eBay for a few days after they hit the shelves.8.

The deal will be good for you.

Sparklers are a relatively new product, and the deals are good, even for people who aren’t interested in buying them for themselves.

But they will cost more than the sparklers you might get from a regular grocery store or department store.

They are usually worth around $30 to $40.

The best part about buying sparkles is that you’ll be getting them for only $14, not $14 for a pack.9.

The Sparkles are a great gift.

We’ve had people give us a pack of 10 to 20 sparkles to send as a gift, Wegenmans said.

It also means they’ll be more accessible to those in need.10.

They aren’t the only sparkles out there.

Wegelmans has been the company to get more sparkle deals than any other, and there are even other sparkles from the same company.

Wegenmens Sparkles will be available at Target, Walmart, Amazon, and Costco.11.

It will save you money.

If all goes well, you could save up to $200 a year in shipping and handling fees, according to the Wall Street Journal.12.

You won’t have any complaints.

We don’t believe any of the people who have been affected by the sparkled scandal have been harmed, and we don’t anticipate any legal action being filed against us.

We can’t comment on the merits of any lawsuit, but the company said it will take steps to help people who are impacted by the scandal.