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Topic - Ron Magliocco
Jeanne Maddox-Columna says she is not about to let some greedy retailers step on her "Waltons moment" this Thanksgiving.
"I fear this stretching of Black Friday into Thursday is going to become broader," he said. "There's a point when things get a little bit too far and, in my opinion as a marketer and a human, that they are diluting the holiday."
"The hysteria and the hype sort of builds on itself," he said. "There is incredible pressure on the part of retailers to make earnings and report strong holiday sales. The earlier they can begin the season, the better they are in position of reporting strong sales."