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Black Friday Website Publishes 2010's Highly-Awaited Day after Thanksgiving Advertisements before Anyone Else

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For us, getting the first Black Friday ad is the most exciting day of the year. has just announced that they have the very first Black Friday ad of 2010. In previous years, the advertisements were not released until November but this year retailers are kicking off the holiday shopping season early.

"For us, getting the first Black Friday ad is the most exciting day of the year." the President of, Jack Rizzo, said. "This year is expected to be the biggest Black Friday yet. With the recent recession, many consumers are being cautious with their money and retailers are responding by offering more doorbuster sales and holiday discounts to make up for the lack of sales in the previous months. We work around the clock to ensure that consumers get these ads in advance so they can maximize their time and the amount of money they save," said Rizzo.

With less than a month and half until November 26th, shoppers are anxious to see all the doorbuster deals and discounts that will take place on Black Friday. The day after Thanksgiving is biggest shopping day of the year, and to prepare, consumers flock to websites like to find out all the latest information on the advertisements, coupons, and sales. In addition to the circulars, also highlights shopping news, store hours, and Black Friday history. Their shopping list lets users browse through advertisements and mark down all of the products they would like to purchase on the shopping holiday. is a free Black Friday website that features circulars from over 100 well known retail stores. The company is based out of Boston, Massachusetts and has been in business since 2006. Their interactive website features all of the latest Black Friday news and sale information. In the past four years, they have saved consumers more than 6 million dollars by featuring discounts on hundreds of product categories including electronics, computers, clothing, furniture, outdoor products, sporting goods, tools, toys, books, and movies.


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