CASTLE ROCK (Colo.) — Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the managers of popular outlet shops in Colorado Springs and Denver anticipate that the year’s busiest shopping day will be just as busy as it was before the pandemic.
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At several stores, long lines were already formed when the Outlets in Castle RockIt opened at 6 a.m., unlike many stand-alone and big-box stores that had staggered opening hours Friday.
For example: WalmartAt 5 a.m., the 8th Street store was open to the public. Several dozen people were waiting in line for the doors to open.
Outlets had in-store Black Friday sales which made it easier for shoppers, rather than having online deals spread out throughout the week like other retailers.
Customers braved below-freezing temperatures to find the best deals and get the best spots in line.
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Despite concerns about supply chain issues that could affect selection and stock levels of materials, shoppers reported that they were finding what exactly they needed.
The Outlets were open on Thanksgiving, but closed this year for employees’ time off. This is a trend in retail; how successful Black Friday is will determine the direction of that trend.
Three hours after opening, lines were still long at stores like LululemonAnd Kate SpadeThe Outlets are a popular destination for shoppers in Colorado Springs, along the Front Range, because they offer normal discounts and Black Friday sales.
After customer complaints, managers later disclosed that the NikeStore didn’t open until 10:10 a.m. — this was a corporate decision.
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