The crack of dawn isn’t the only option for Black Friday shopping.
Mayor Wild says in Westland, this year “Small Business Saturday” is really taking off.
Wooten expects to see more and more stores and malls opening earlier and earlier on Thanksgiving Day in the future.
Here’s a rundown of stores and malls in the metro Detroit area that are having Black Friday sales.
Seven in 10 say “too many crowds” is the biggest reason they won’t be shopping on Black Friday.
In a twist on the Black Friday theme, the Dearborn Animal Shelter is reducing adoption fees.
Those who dare to brave the Black Friday crowds will be dropping some serious dough this Thanksgiving weekend.
Holiday shopping season officially kicks off Thursday in Metro Detroit.
What could be better after an early day of Black Friday shopping than free pizza?
Sure, there are lots of car commercials this time of year featuring cars with big red bows on them. But does anybody actually buy a car as a holiday present? Well, who knows, but Ford Motor Co. says it sees a rush of online shoppers over the Thanksgiving weekend that would cheer any retailer.