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Why Black Friday shopping is good.

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Brookelyn Skinner

on 7 May 2014

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Transcript of Why Black Friday shopping is good.

Shopping around Christmas is valued.
Black Friday's numbers
U.S sales were up
6.6%
from last year providing a large percentage of mutual businesses profit
U.S. online sales were up an astounding
24.3%

Holiday sales

The National Retail Federation predicted a
3.8%
increase in holiday retail sales for a record of almost
$470 billion
.



Increase is SUPERIOR
The National Retail Federation said that the holiday sales
increased
more this year from last year. They also made the comment that it was
SUBSTANTIAL
than they predicted a month before.
Our starting notion.
The theory is that spending
more
is good for the economy, it can be
validated
by the idea that American consumers spend more money on Black Friday and around
C
h
r
i
s
t
m
a
s
time. They spend their money on American corporations which allows that money to be turned into a larger profit which allows corporations to pay higher salaries to their employees. Keeping those who work paid.




USA TODAY.
According to USA Today, stores prepare more for Black Friday than any other time of the year. On average, shoppers spend about 500 dollars on Black Friday sales. Black Friday encourages shoppers to buy more things for the good sales that rarely happen.
Did you realize?
Did you realize that
147 million
shoppers went to a store for holiday shopping.
15,000 people
waited outside Macy’s doors to open in 2011. This year it
INCREASED
as bad with
11 MILLION people
waiting outside. The numbers going
down
in the amount of buyers at one time did not affect how much money the store made though.
Works cited
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/everett-sizemore/holiday-shopping-events-s_b_1152747.html
http://www.businessinsider.com/black-friday-record-sales-2011-11
http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2013/12/01/black-friday-shopping-results/3795867/
http://www.nbcnews.com/business/black-friday-begins-crowds-some-shopping-some-mayhem-2D11673314
http://wallstreetsectorselector.com/2012/11/economic-impact-of-black-friday/









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