King of Prussia Mall and Philadelphia Premium Outlets to Close for Thanksgiving, Back Open on Black Friday

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King of Prussia Mall on a busy shopping day

Simon Property Group, owner of King of Prussia Mall, will keep all of its shopping centers closed on Thanksgiving Day, write Samantha McDonald and Shoshy Ciment for the Footwear News.

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Shoppers at the King of Prussia Mall in Montgomery County.

The company will reopen King of Prussia Mall and its other properties to the public on Black Friday – which is expected to see large crowds return to stores across the country.

This is the second year in a row that Simon, which also owns Philadelphia Premium Outlets in Limerick, has chosen to keep all of its properties closed on the fourth Thursday of November.

When the closings were originally announced last year, the company’s CEO David Simon said that Simon Property Group decided to not open its properties to allow “associates to spend the holiday with their loved ones.”

Simon, which currently holds an interest in 202 shopping centers in the United States, is one of a growing number of companies in the retail industry that are opting to close for Thanksgiving.

So far this year, REI Co-op, Walmart, Target, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Kohl’s have also announced they will not be open on November 25.

Read more about Simon Property Group in the Footwear News.

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