Another retailer announces to keep its stores closed on Thanksgiving Day.
Consumer electronics retail chain hhgregg announced today to keep its stores closed on Thanksgiving Day, November 24. All of hhgregg's 220 brick-and-mortar stores will be closed on Thanksgiving.
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“We stand behind our core values and beliefs of being a family-first company,” said Bob Riesbeck, President and CEO of hhgregg. “It’s important to us that our associates are able to be home with their families on Thanksgiving, and we are encouraging our customers to do the same – knowing great deals will be available online, on Black Friday and through the weekend.”
hhgregg joins a lost of over 40 stores that have announced to keep their stores closed on Thanksgiving Day. Most notably, Staples, GameStop, Lowe's, Home Depot, Costco and Sam's Club will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. Many stores have kept closed on Thanksgiving Day since years. Last year a new trend emerged that motivated more stores to join the closed on Thanksgiving club.
At some point the number of stores closed on Thanksgiving Day could force all stores to close as the trip to the mall is not worth it anymore with many stores closed.
The most popular Black Friday stores including Walmart, Best Buy, Target, Kmart and Sears will likely again be open on Thanksgiving Day 2016. It will likely take some more years until these stores cave in and close on Thanksgiving Day.
The hhgregg Black Friday 2016 sale will begin at 7am in stores. The hhgregg.com online store is open on Thanksgiving Day. See the hhgregg Black Friday ad to see what deals to expect from hhgregg on Black Friday 2016.
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