(NEW YORK) — While some stores will lure shoppers in early with serious sales and staff up ahead of Black Friday, other retailers are giving staff a chance to enjoy their Thanksgiving. In an effort to place an emphasis on the true meaning on the holiday that’s typically spent with friends, family and food — stores have flipped the script ahead of the busy shopping season for consumers and employees alike.Here is a roundup of the major retailers that will not be open on Turkey Day, according to their site’s listed store hours and help desks.Grocery Stores Aldi BJ’s Costco Eataly Publix Sam’s Club Trader Joe’sClothing Ann Taylor Burlington Coat Factory Marshalls Neiman Marcus Nordstrom Stein Mart T.J.MaxxFurniture and Home Bob’s Discount Furniture The Container Store Crate & Barrel Hobby Lobby HomeGoods Lowe’s Pier 1Other Barnes and Noble JO-ANN Menards Office Depot OfficeMax Petco Petsmart REIIn years past, the following stores have also shut their doors on the holiday, but have yet to confirm their hours for Nov. 28.Cost Plus World MarketH&M Home Depot Ikea Staples Sur La Table Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
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