Every year it is inevitable.
All those ingredients and still-missing one can of something.
So, before wobbling, we wobble-leave the grocery store and bravely confront other last-minute dashboards. Hopefully one of the things you can’t do without a Thanksgiving dinner is still packed into the shelves.
But this year, some stores keep closing Thanksgiving doors, so that short trip can turn into a long hunt.
Target says the store will be closed this year and will be a holiday from now on. The retail chain closed the store on the last Thanksgiving for a pandemic, and now the CEO says, they’re just going to keep going.
Are other people participating? Walmart, Best Buy, and Dick’s Sporting Goods have also planned to stay closed this year, but nothing has been said about whether they will do it in the future like Target.
In the past, retailers have faced some backlash because their employees deserve a holiday. At least some companies seem to be listening and removing sales from their shopping tables so that families can get together for dinner.
But not everyone is following that path. Whole Foods, Kroger and Dollar General are just a few examples of the willingness to solve a treasure trove of culinary challenges.
Those stores may want to take a big sip from the beginning of the holiday-brown sales feast.
Whatever your family’s preference for shopping at Thanksgiving, it looks like your plate is running around as an option.
But no matter what you do, we hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving and start with gratitude for the wonderful holiday season.
Many stores have overturned tradition and closed their doors for this year’s Thanksgiving | Lehigh Valley Regional News
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