an Easter inflection by Intangible Arts
The economy is looking pretty dire. The numbers came out this morning, and both disposable income is down, and so is the rate of growth of the American Economy. But, that means sales are what we’re looking for this holiday season, right? Okay, so what we’re really looking for is good deals. Black Friday will have those deals, provided that what you’re willing to do is get up so early on Friday you’ll think it’s still Thursday, and brave hordes of shoppers whose nearest evolutionary target is either the barracuda or the great white shark. So, with that in mind, get yourself ready. Continue reading →
Circling Circuit City, by Vicki & Chuck Rogers (Creative Commons)
The Washington Post reports that Circuit City is closing 155 stores nationwide in an effort to reduce costs and weather the current economic storm.
So, what does that mean to us DC people? Well, the stores that are closing (including locations in Baltimore, Beltsville, Marlow Heights, Charlottesville, Manassas, and McLean) will be closed tomorrow, November 4. On November 5 they will open with store-closing sales. All merchandise must go.
If you have your Christmas lists handy, this might be a good time to head to one and see what kind of pre-Black Friday sales you can find.