Black Friday 2010 ads leaked yet againNovember 19th, 2010 - 8:06 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt
New York, Nov 19 (THAINDIAN NEWS) Most of the companies in America have realized that they have to take advantage of this season’s Thanksgiving. As a result, companies that previously did not open on Thanksgiving have now announced that they will do so.
Amongst the companies that have announced to open their gates on Thanksgiving are Toys R’ Us and Old Navy. Toys R’ Us says it will open at 10pm on Black Friday and allow shoppers to fill the center. Most of the Black Friday ads of the top retailers have already been leaked and it is expected that the leak will further increase the competition to get the consumers running through their doors.
There are other shops that are also opening for the first time aside the two mentioned above. Sears have never opened on Thanksgiving and it will be the first time in 85 years this year that the store has opened on Thanksgiving. These interests that have been shown by these stores reflect the purchasing trends of consumers.
Consumers are now more price conscious and so most of the shops want to ensure that they give them just that.
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