AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Oct. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Gardner-White Furniture announced today that they will continue to close all of Thanksgiving Day. Gardner-White's Black Friday deals will become available on Friday, November 25, at 8:00 a.m.
"We at Gardner-White think that spending Thanksgiving Day with your family is one of those cherished and time-honored traditions that deserves to be upheld. I, along with all the other members of the Gardner-White team, will enjoy the day off and will spend it with my loved ones," said Steve Tronstein, CEO. "As a family-owned and operated business since 1912, we are choosing to remain closed on Thanksgiving to not only honor our staff, but our customers as well so they too can spend more time with their families. Family time is more important than shopping on Thanksgiving Day."
"We are pleased to note that this year several malls and national retailers have announced that they will also remain closed on Thanksgiving Day. We applaud their decision," said Tronstein.
Beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Friday, November 25, all Gardner-White stores will re-open for Black Friday.
For a list of store hours, please visit, www.Gardner-White.com. Select Black Friday deals will be made available in early November.
Gardner-White Furniture is a Furniture Today Top 100 company, an industry leader in sales per square foot, and a market leader in bedding sales. Founded in 1912, Gardner-White has been serving generations of Michigan families for over 100 years. Gardner-White is a family-owned and operated furniture retailer whose mission is to offer excellent value and selection, along with convenient delivery options for the busy consumers – becoming the first furniture company to offer same-day delivery. A single store until 1974, Gardner-White now operates throughout all of metropolitan Detroit and continues to grow.
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