Is this a sign of the post-pandemic world? It could be. Target just made a huge announcement regarding how they are going to tackle Thanksgiving moving forward.
If you recall, back in 2020, several big-name stores announced they would be closed for the holiday, opting to spread out their big sales over the course of time to avoid big crowds amid the COVID-19 pandemic and give employees a break after a rough year. Target was one of those stores.
Earlier this year, just a few short months after opting to close for Thanksgiving, they announced they would be closed for the holiday yet again in 2021. They clearly were a fan of the change, announcing it nearly a year before the actual holiday in mid-January.
At the time of the announcement, they said they received positive feedback about the changes they made from guests and wanted to implement them again this year. Now, it’s permanent.
KARE 11 reported on the news Monday (November 22nd), following an announcement from the Minnesota-based chain that they would be making the big change moving forward. They are the first massive retailer to take this step.
Shoppers shouldn’t fret though, especially those who like to go out shopping the night of