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wWhat is unknown about thanksgiving day? what about black Friday ?What is Cyber Monday?All this is explained in this lively and colorful presentation on Thanksgiving day.

wWhat is unknown about thanksgiving day? what about black Friday ?What is Cyber Monday?All this is explained in this lively and colorful presentation on Thanksgiving day.

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  • 1. Thanksgiving “TODAY”
  • 2. You wake up…
  • 3. FOOTBALL • 3 National Football League (NFL) games are played on Thanksgiving Day – Dating back to 1876
  • 4. • Cranberry Sauce: always from a can • Turkey: one that has been in the oven since 6am in the morning • • • • • • Mashed Potatoes Stuffing Green Bean Casserole Potato Rolls Black Olives Lots & lots of Gravy
  • 5. Pie • Most Popular Pies: – – – – Pumpkin Chocolate Pudding Apple Pecan
  • 6. • Marks the unofficial beginning of the Christmas season
  • 7. Cyber Monday “The name Cyber Monday grew out of the observation that millions of otherwise productive working Americans, fresh off a Thanksgiving weekend of window shopping, were returning to highspeed Internet connections at work Monday and buying what they liked.” • In 2012, comScore reported that Cyber Monday saw a 17% increase in sales from 2011, totaling $1.465 billion.

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