Avalon says no thanks to Thanksgiving Day sales
by James Swift
jswift@neighbornewspapers.com
05:11 PM, Tuesday, November 25
While many retailers have made the decision to keep their doors open on Thanksgiving, Avalon executives have taken a stand against Turkey Day sales. “We’re really more interested in being a community partner and being protective of family time,” s...

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