For the second year in a row, Boscov’s will close its stores on Thanksgiving Day. The decision was made to focus on the health and safety of coworkers, customers and the communities it serves, states a Boscov’s news release.
“The pandemic has required enormous efforts from our associates and they’ve more than earned this time off,” said Jim Boscov.
“In addition, I hope that closing on Thanksgiving Day once again becomes an industry tradition allowing our coworkers the ability to enjoy an uninterrupted Thanksgiving Day with their families.”
Boscov’s is expected to announce revised holiday shopping hours along with the long list special deals closer to the holiday shopping season.
Based in Reading, Boscov’s operates 48 stores in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Ohio. It is the nation’s largest family owned department store chain. Boscov’s is now celebrating its 107th year as a full-line, full-service department store and is known as much for making shopping fun as it is for offering the best brands at the best prices with incredible service.