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These retailers will be closed on Thanksgiving

These retailers will be closed on Thanksgiving
Posted at 9:05 AM, Jul 28, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-08 18:24:18-04

Several retailers across the U.S. have announced that they will be closed on Thanksgiving Day.

Two of the biggest retailers in the nation, Walmart and Target, have already announced they've closed their doors on Thanksgiving this year.

Target said the reason they are closing on the holiday is because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The retail store said in a press release that they plan to extend holiday sale prices by several weeks.

Walmart President and CEO John Furner said the company wants its employees to enjoy the holiday with their loved ones.

Below is a list of other stores that will be closed on Thanksgiving 2020:

Abt Electronics

Academy Sports

Best Buy

"To meet our customers’ changing lives this holiday, we’re enhancing the way we fulfill orders, from offering more convenient pick-up options at our stores to making sure BestBuy.com orders arrive at the right time," the retailer said in a statement.

Costco

Dick's Sporting Goods

Hobby Lobby

Home Depot

Kohl's

“The holiday season is when Kohl’s shines brightest, and as we move into the holiday season of this very unusual year, we are adapting our plans in response to changing customer expectations and behaviors,” Kohl’s Chief Executive Officer Michelle Gass said in a statement. “We are deeply appreciative of how our team of Kohl’s associates have shown up to serve our customers through this pandemic and know that they will continue to show Kohl's at our best throughout the holidays.”

Sam's Club/Walmart

“We know this has been a trying year, and our associates have stepped up. We hope they will enjoy a special Thanksgiving Day at home with their loved ones,” said John Furner, president and CEO of Walmart U.S. in a statement. “We are certainly thankful to our people for all of their efforts.”

Target

Williams-Sonoma

In a press release, the retail store announced they, too, were closed on Thanksgiving.

“We hope our associates will be able to spend time with their loved ones this Thanksgiving. We are so thankful for their resilience and hard work this year and are proud to be able to support them during this pandemic, including providing pay and benefits while our stores were closed. We will continue to do all that we can to take care of our people, as we navigate this extraordinary time together,” said Laura Alber, President, and Chief Executive Officer in the news release.