Black Friday 2021: 6 Randolph County stores offering deals for the holiday season

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Black Friday shoppers in Randolph County can look forward to various deals this year. Businesses have sales starting on Nov. 19 to Nov. 28.
Black Friday shoppers in Randolph County can look forward to various deals this year. Businesses have sales starting on Nov. 19 to Nov. 28.

Every year, Black Friday is a day that people look forward to sales and the experience of buying clothes or household items in bulk. Businesses in Randolph County open their doors for new or familiar faces to shop for items at a lower price.

But how did Black Friday become so popular? Here are some interesting facts about the discount day.

  • The phrase was first created in 1869 to describe the financial crisis after the country’s gold market crashed.

  • The first Black Friday goes back to the 1950s in Philadelphia.

  • Black Friday hit a new record of $9 billion in 2020.

  • States that had higher COVID restrictions on family gatherings last year saw higher growth in online shopping.

Whether residents want to shop in-person or online this year, businesses such as Nella’s Boutique located at 30 S. Church Street, Unit 1B in Asheboro will be open.

Gina McKee, the advertising and marketing manager, believes Black Friday stirs up holiday shopping excitement. A day for people to get a jumpstart on their holiday gift needs.

McKee hopes to see many customers out in downtown Asheboro, spending their hard-earned dollars locally. This year will mark the boutique’s fifth anniversary since opening its doors and they have been grateful for the local support.

On Black Friday, the boutique always gives goody bags at the door for their first 25 customers. They will also feature all-day sales throughout the store — some items to anticipate include curated gifts, clothes, shoes and accessories.

“It's a great day to shop local! We also just open at our regular 10 a.m., so you can sleep in and not have to beat the door down in the middle of the night,” McKee said. “You can follow us on Instagram and Facebook or download our free shopping app to get the latest updates on all our exciting Black Friday and Small Business Saturday sales and deals.”

Residents can also visit the Asheboro Mall to shop at various stores from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Nov. 26. Here are some more stores that will be celebrating Black Friday in the county.

Super Deals Discount Store: At 8 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 26, Super Deals Discount Store will have a 20% off storewide sale on everything excluding doorbusters. To view doorbuster deals ahead of time, visit their Facebook page for a chance at limited items.

Belk: Through Saturday, Nov. 27, Belk's Black Friday online and in-store deals will include items such as clothes, appliances and electronics. Sales include 75% off activewear essentials and up 80% off winter essentials.

Marshalls: Although it is not a Black Friday deal, Marshalls have items on sale under $25, $50 and $100. Some items include clothes, shoes, bags and toys.

Big Lots: Shop online or at 1432 E. Dixie Drive, Asheboro, for deals including 50% of all toys and 30% of all holiday supplies such as decor. The sale is from Friday, Nov. 26 to Sunday, Nov. 28.

Foot Locker: Foot Locker is taking Black Friday up a notch with huge savings on the latest sneakers, accessories and performance gear. Savings on brands include Nike, Jordan, Adidas, PUMA and Champion. Shop online or in-person at the Asheboro Mall, located at 1437 E. Dixie Drive.

The Courier-Tribune will update the story with deals as more stores post updates on their Black Friday deals.

Petruce Jean-Charles is a Government Watchdog Reporter. They are interested in what's going on in the community and are open to tips on people, businesses and issues. Contact Petruce at pjeancharles@gannett.com and follow @PetruceKetsia on Twitter.

This article originally appeared on The Courier-Tribune: Randolph County stores with Black Friday deals, clothes and gifts

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