Winning In Life: When Black Friday Is Actually Black Friday

In what is becoming a recurring theme, a major Shopping Mall developer say it will be closing 72 of it’s shopping centers on Thanksgiving. According to Fortune Magazine

CBL & Associates, a major developer based in Chattanooga, Tenn., said on Wednesday that it’s closing 72 of its malls on Thanksgiving as opposed to opening at 6 a.m. on Black Friday. The developer, which owns or has an interest in 89 malls and open-air shopping centers concentrated in the South and Midwest, opened at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving last year, according to CNBC, which first reported the news.

Does this mean that Black Friday will be… Black Friday again? If so, we win because deals will also be real once more. It will be rough out there but at least the effort should equal the reward..


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