Maybe opening the doors earlier will increase sales. I can only assume retail stores are hoping the trend reports won't be true -- they predict the average consumer will spend 2% less than last year. Maybe the extra excitement or controversy will draw in more curious shoppers. I can't wait to see the stats and insights everyone learns from this new trend. What do you think will happen?
Death of Thanksgiving
The list of retail stores opening their doors on Turkey day keeps increasing. As of right now, Kohl's, Macy's, and J.C. Penney have announced they will be open on Thanksgiving night. Will there be more?