A lot of families have made the tradition of spending Thanksgiving together, having a nice big meal with the family, watching the football game, then going to bed early to prepare themselves for the 3 a.m. alarm telling them it’s time to shop. But now, what’s going to happen not only to families, but to stores by opening a day early. . .on Thanksgiving.
Over the last couple of years, stores have started opening on Thanksgiving day for people to come in and get those early bird deals. Wait a minute, Thanksgiving is supposed to be for spending time with your family and being thankful, not shopping. Will this not only hurt the tradition of this nationwide holiday, but the businesses too?
These real women talk about this real issue on this episode of What SheSays.