Stocks surged Monday on record retail numbers for Black Friday. The shopping spree is a boon for businesses across Maryland.
The Black Friday frenzy is over and Cyber Monday is just around the corner, but there’s another way for shoppers and businesses to cash in on the holiday rush this weekend.
Mayhem at the mall. Across the country, shoppers get hurt fighting over deals as stores try to cash in on Black Friday.
Don and Marty have “Coffee With” Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who talked about Coaches Versus Cancer.Gigi Barnett had “People Are Talking” about Black Friday at the Wal-Mart in Dundalk.
Some Maryland stores opened for Black Friday on Thursday. At some stores, people have been waiting in line for hours.
After having some rain over the last few days, high pressure has moved into the area today bringing nice weather.
A trucking company from Maryland created a big mess in Pennsylvania by leaking a sticky goo on the turnpike,causing more than 100 cars to get stuck. And one of the places people are traveling Thanksgiving night: retail stores, where Black Friday has turned into Black Thursday. Many stores will open at midnight.
The turkey and trimmings can go out the window; some say the main event is Black Friday. This year, the deals are starting sooner than ever!
The shopping season is on, and retailers are getting more aggressive than ever. Holiday sales kicked off before the turkey was on the table, and a whole new round of deals is about to drop.
It looks like the economy didn’t hold back too many shoppers. Black Friday is still in full swing.
Mike Schuh was at the Wal-Mart in Dundalk talking to early morning shoppers. Marty Bass and Don Scott talked to actress Katie Cassidy.
The countdown is on until some major retailers open up its doors—and its deals.