Labor Day Sales: What stores and offices open on Labor Day?

Labor Day Sales: What stores and offices open on Labor Day?

San Francisco : CA : USA | Sep 05, 2011 at 3:14 AM PDT
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Labor Day is celebrated by both Americans and Canadians to bid byes of summer on the first Monday of September. Labor Day activities includes relaxing with family and friends, attend parades, have a BBQ or picnic and top it off with Labor Day Sales shopping.

Question? What stores and offices open on Labor Day? Is Walmart Open on the Labor Day 2011? Shoppers flocked the big retailers stores on the three-day Labor Day weekends including Monday. Lots of people anticipates Walmart Labor Day Sales and many other stores like Target, Macy's, Best Buy, Kmart except Costco which should be closed on Labor Day. If you don't feel like to travel on Labor Day, online shopping would be fit for you like Amazon Labor Day sale, and other big online retailers.

Is your looking for electronics and gadgets, Best Buy opens its Labor Day Sale since Friday-Monday as well as big retailers like Macys.

Like a lot of major holidays, there are many Groceries and Supermakets stores that are open on Labor Day. Here is a list of stores that should be open on September 5, 2011. Like Safeway, Rite-Aid, Walgreens, Whole Foods, CVS pharmacy, some of your local mom & pop store and doors of Starbucks should be open as well.

What government and private offices are open on Labor Day?

Federal, State and County offices will be closed on Labor Day except Safety and emergency department. In most cases garbage colection will be suspended on Monday. Post Office will suspend their mail delivery as it will be closed on Labor Day. National Banks, Libraries, UPS and Fed-eX are also closed on Labor Day Monday.

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