Many Retailers To Be Open On Thanksgiving Day

November 18, 2013 12:17 PM
Many Retailers To Be Open On Thanksgiving Day
" Atlanta (WAOK/AJC) — Retailers across Atlanta have promised to open their doors on Thanksgiving Day. The openings follow a growing movement by retailers to lure consumers into their stores on the holiday and keep the stores open through Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving.

Below is a list of stores that will be opening Thanksgiving day

The Mall of Georgia – 8 P.M. Town Center at Cobb – 8 P.M. Northlake Mall – 8 P.M.

K Mart – 6 A.M. Old Navy – 9 A.M. Walmart – 6 P.M. Best Buy – 6 P.M. Macy’s – 8 P.M. JCPenney – 8 P.M. Sears – 8 P.M. Target – 8 P.M. Kohls – 8 P.M "

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