Black Friday: How the UK’s shopping craze has changed

By Dale Eaton Black Friday, two words that would strike fear into the hearts of retail workers up and down the country. However, the shopping craze which has been a staple of American life for decades hasn’t had the same impact in the UK. Black Friday shopping has been a tradition in the United States of America for over 80 years. The traditional post-thanksgiving shopping day has origins as far back as 1924 when the department store Macy’s advertised some post-thanksgiving shopping during the massive New York thanksgiving day parade. The shopping craze took much longer to grace the shores … Continue reading Black Friday: How the UK’s shopping craze has changed