Enjoy festival shopping week
Thanksgiving Day – November 25th
#ThanksgivingDay is to eat your turkey with friends & family
Hey!!! fella a big crunchy and fried turkey is waiting for you. The Thanksgiving Day gives us the meal to consume and collect energy to face shopping week coming ahead. Well, every fourth Thursday of November is for turkey lovers and it is being grandly celebrated in the United States and some other parts of the world.
Black Friday- November 25th
Why we call it Black Friday or Trample day??
The full turkey in feast gives the American people energy to trample each other for shopping. People start their shopping early in the morning till the end of the day until they don’t get what they have already. It’s also known as the pre-Christmas shopping day.
Small business Saturday – November 26th
You should have less money to celebrate this day #SmallBusinessSaturday
After heavy shopping on black Friday, still you have money, then go and shop on Saturday. Small retailers are still there to take your left money. #SmallBusinessSaturday helps the small businesses to capitalize on the boost in online traffic, as most customers in this time period are actively shopping for the holidays.
Cyber Monday – November 28th
#CyberMonday is for mouse clickers
If you can click with your fingers then Cyber Monday is the best way to shop after black Friday. The deals on Cyber Monday are online-only and generally offered by smaller retailers that cannot compete with the big retailers. Now Cyber Monday has become an international marketing term used by online retailers across the world.
Giving Tuesday – November 29th
So now the world should know how Americans eat and shop through #GivingTuesday
It is a movement to create an international day of giving at the beginning of the Christmas and holiday season. Giving Tuesday was started in 2012 by United Nations Foundation as a response to commercialization and consumerism in the post-Thanksgiving season.
The Rockefeller center Christmas tree – November 30th
#TheRockefellerCentre Christmas Tree in midtown Manhattan
The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is a large Christmas tree placed annually in Rockefeller Center, in Midtown Manhattan. The tree is erected in early to mid-November and lit in late November or early December. In recent years, the lighting has been broadcast live, nationwide. Rockefeller Center show and scheduled for the Wednesday after Thanksgiving with the tree lighting ceremony held at the end of every broadcast. The tree, usually a Norway spruce 69 to 100 feet (21 to 30 m) tall, has been put up every year since 1933.The 2015 Christmas tree Lighting took place on December 2 and remained on display through January 6, 2016.