These stores in Illinois are closed on Thanksgiving for a good reason.

Stores In Illinois Should Be Closed On Big Holidays

I remember when I was a kid, on all the major holidays most stores and businesses were closed. For example, on Thanksgiving only a few random gas stations were open and that was it. Then a few years ago, everyone started opening for their big holiday sales. Luckily, many of them have cut back and decided to give their employees a break. I definitely support that decision.

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Support Your Local Businesses

It has been a difficult couple of years for businesses, stores, and restaurants. That is why it is very important to support these places, especially on the local level because without your help they can disappear forever. Imagine not being able to shop at your favorite location ever again because they went out of business because of a lack of sales.

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Stores Closed On Thanksgiving

I understand that it is pretty obvious that abandoned stores are not open on Thanksgiving because they are closed all the time but I wanted to just get my points across to support your favorite places and businesses should be closed on major holidays for their employees.

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Abandoned Stores In Illinois

Sears In Schaumburg

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Gordman's In Moline

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Art Van In Deerfield

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Carson Pirie Scott In Orland Park

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Half Price Books In Palatine

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Family Video In Dixon

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MC Sports In DeKalb

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Party City In Chicago Ridge

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GNC In Aurora

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Best Buy In Matteson

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