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Do you have a chihuahua? Make sure that you never run out of treats! Seriously, whether you have a chihuahua, a pit bull, a German shepherd or any dog breed, you can’t run out of treats. It should be an offense punishable by law.
Now, I know that things can get hectic and that we can do the unthinkable when we are pressed for time, but there is a way to make sure that you never run out of treats. Buy all your dog treats and dog food direct and in that way you can make sure that you have a constant stream of dog treats and dog food right at your door step.
Whenever I come home from the grocery store my dogs are always sniffing the bags to see if I got them some new treats. Usually they are right, I got something for them because I love my dogs. I bet you love your dog too! That is why you should get them something this Black Friday.
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November is here and with it another opportunity for you to save huge cash during Black Friday Sales Events. With Walmart opening its doors on Thanksgiving evening at 8:00 P.M., and with rumors that Target is going to open its doors 1t 9:00 P.M., the opportunities for shoppers to save huge dollars during the holiday shopping season continue to increase!
Now, one thing that always concerns me is safety. As you know, people tend to get crazy during Black Friday Sales, and sometimes things get out of hand.
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A couple of years ago I went to a Black Friday Shopping at the mall near my home. My wife, child and I drove up to the mall together, but we split up there in order to increase our chances of getting the items that we wanted.
I tell you, lines are very long during Black Friday Sales, and people tend to be very aggressive also. I am a big guy so no one really messed with me, but people were cutting in front of my wife and giving her an attitude.
I remember I wanted a computer that was on sale for a great price, but after standing there for hours, a store clerk cam out and asked who was there for the computer. As expected, a bunch of people in front of me raised their hand. They only had three computers available. So I decided to cut my losses, and I joined my wife on her Black Friday Deals adventure.
My wife was one of the first persons to enter the store when they opened the doors. However, she tells me that navigating the entrance on the way to the flat screen televisions while holding a child hand was very tricky. Looking back into it, we feel that this was not a good idea. After all, there have been many incidents when people have gotten trampled and killed during Black Friday Sale Events.
Now, stores are getting a lot better at controlling the crowds during their sales, but you still have to be careful. After all, whenever one gets a bunch of sleep-deprived folks agitated with the stress of not knowing if their effort is going to produce positive results there is a chance that someone will loose their cool.
Remember back in 2008 when a man got trampled at a retail store? As I recall reading in an article, when the police arrived and asked people to clear the store in order to conduct their investigation, shoppers got angry and felt it was unfair since they had been waiting there for hours. So they did not care that a fellow human being was killed, they just wanted their sales items!
For the last couple of years one of the activities that have become sort of a tradition in my family after Thanksgiving Day is our participation in the Black Friday shopping day. As many of you know, Black Friday marks the beginning of the Christmas shopping season, and it is a great day for one to find great deals. Black Friday is considered to be the busiest shopping day of the entire year, and it is a day that can make or break sale goals for many retailers.
Now, as I was growing up, I remember my mom and dad shopping for Christmas presents for me and my siblings, but I can’t remember ever hearing them talk about Black Friday at all. As a matter of fact, I never really went shopping on Black Friday until about two or three years ago, which makes me wonder, how long ago did the first Black Friday officially took place?
According to reports, it is believed that Black Friday as we know it today, was first officially measured or observed as the busiest shopping day of the years back in 2005. It is believed that the name given to this record and pace setting shopping day originated in Philadelphia. Due to the large number of buyers coming out to take advantage of the great deals being offered by retailers, the streets and sidewalks of Philadelphia were inundated the day after Thanksgiving. Hence the term black Friday was used in order to describe the phenomenon.
Later, the term began to be used more widely in order parts of the country, and as it became the norm, it became associated with the profitability of retailers, or with the time when retailers got out of the red and into the black.