The Holidays Are Quickly Approaching, but That Is Not Stopping Thousands of People From Shopping on Labor Day

Sep 05, 2012, 07:58 ET from I.D.S International LLC

MIAMI, Sept. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Consumers are on the hunt for new entertainment centers, football season has just begun, and consumers want to experience all the action with the latest and greatest technology. 3D televisions are flying off the shelves at a record pace, and big-screen LCD televisions are finding their ways into consumers' living rooms.

Mark, a representative from has this to say about the upcoming Labor Day weekend:

"Labor Day is not even considered a shopping holiday, but that does not mean that there are not hordes of people out there spending money. Consumers that find themselves bored or lonely this coming holiday weekend will head out to their favorite shopping center and do some serious shopping.

"The early birds are already purchasing most of their gifts for the upcoming holiday season. They are getting ready, and they are finding some good deals in the process. Stocking up early means that they won't have to deal with all of the holiday crowds when November rolls around. Merchants all over the United States are preparing for the holiday, and they are welcoming consumers with open arms. Some merchants are even offering ridiculous sale prices.

"These sales do not stop with department stores and shopping malls. There are plenty of car dealerships that are offering amazing deals on new cars as well. This is where most of the crazy Labor Day shopping discounts originated from. Car dealerships are always looking for an excuse to have a sale, and Labor Day was an excellent one.

"Consumers are ready to buy, and they are using the fund from their personal loans to buy anything that they want."

There are plenty of other hot items that are going on sale during the Labor Day weekend and beyond. Consumers are still scrambling to pick up some last-minute back-to-school items that they may have already forgotten.

Consumers are getting ready for the change of seasons. Labor Day marks the end of yet another summer. Many consumers are finding great deals on leftover summer surplus, but most of them are turning their sights on new fall merchandise. With fall right around the corner, consumers are busy hunting for great fall deals, Black Friday is right around the corner, and a good percentage of consumers are holding onto their money until Black Friday is upon us.


SOURCE I.D.S International LLC