Rei Black Friday 2018: Stores Are Closed On Thanksgiving Day And Black Friday

Posted: Oct 23 2018, 7:58am CDT | by , in News | Black Friday 2018

 

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Rei Black Friday 2018: Stores are Closed on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday

Outdoors retailer continues opt outside campaign.

Rei announced today to continue its Opt Outside campaign and keep stores closed on Thanksgiving Day and on Black Friday. For the fourth year in a row, this Black Friday REI Co-op will close all 153 stores, process no online payments and pay more than 12,000 employees to #OptOutside with friends and family.

Since 2015, 15 million people and more than 700 organizations have joined the #OptOutside movement. This year, REI is also pledging $1 million in support for the launch of a new center of academic excellence at the University of Washington that will study the link between human health and time spent outdoors.

The best data we have says that, in any given year, 150 million Americans don't spend any time outside. That's half the country. Day in, day out, we're looking down instead of up, looking at our phones instead of the world around us,'" says REI CEO Jerry Stritzke. "We're asking people this year to reevaluate that picture of themselves. To see technology as the starting point to a journey outside, not the destination. And to go explore the world with someone they love – on Black Friday and every day."

Rei is not alone in keeping stores closed on Thanksgiving Day, but to complete bypass Black Friday is still quite unique. Apparently, the missed sales are less in value than the positive effects of Rei's Opt Outside marketing campaign. In other stores, Black Friday 2018 sales will kick off in full as early as November 1 and we will guide you to the best Black Friday 2018 deals throughout all November.

Check out the available details so far about the Amazon Black Friday 2018 sale, the Walmart Black Friday 2018 ad and our preview of the Top 10 Black Friday 2018 ads. Smart moms, dads and of course resellers are already busy shopping Holiday 2018 toys on Amazon.com. They stack up on the upcoming season's hottest toys now including our top 10 Holiday toys 2018 to buy now.

See for instance the 2018 L.O.L. Suprise toys, new interactive pets and the hard to find Yellies spiders. Explore our comprehensive round-up of all new 2018 L.O.L. Surprise! toys including the Suprise House and how to find them in stock online now. Additionally, you can already browse, Amazon's Top 100 Holiday 2018 toys list.

Don't miss out on securing the hottest Holiday 2018 toys now, before they become hard to find. Amazon stocks and offers pre-order options on many of the new 2018 toys.

L.O.L. Surprise Bigger Surprise, L.O.L. Suprise! Pop-Up Store, L.O.L. Surprise! House, Hairadorables, Nerf Laser Ops Pro, Mattel's Lil' Gleemerz, Ryan's World Toys, Fingerlings Hugs, Wrapples, Scruff-A-Fluvs, L.O.L Suprise! Biggie Pets, Pomsies, Ryan's World Giant Mystery Egg and Grumblies are already hot sellers now.

Find out how to buy the hottest and most popular electronics and toys online that are hard to find. There is an app for that. The free Tracker app notifies you on your smartphone when the hottest toys 2018 and the newest consumer electronics are in stock online. You can also receive all in stock and deals alert on Twitter @TheTrackerApp.

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