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Black Friday openings, specials at Northwoods Mall

Plenty of things to tempt shoppers at Northwoods Mall this Black Friday:

Northwoods Mall-All Stores open at 4am

8PM Openings for Thursday, November 22 (Thanksgiving Day)
Sears

Midnight Openings for Friday, November 23 (aka Black Friday)
Aeropostale
Alka Water Life
American Eagle Outfitters 
Auntie Anne's Store
Aussie Outfitters
Bath & Body Works
Belk
Best Buy Mobile (AT&T / Cingular)
Body Central
Books-A-Million
Calendar Club - GO! Calendar
Cellaris Kiosk
Champs
Charley's Steakery
Charlotte Russe
Chick-Fil-A
Dairy Queen/Orange Julius
Deb Shop 
Express Men's
Finish Line
Foot Action 
Foot Locker
Foot Locker 
Frederick's of Hollywood
GJ Modern Impressions
Gloria Jean's Gourmet Coffee
GO! Games & Toys
Gymboree
Hollister 
Hot Topic 
Journeys
Kariza
Kid's Footlocker
Lids 
Mall Mart
New York & Company
Olan Mills cart
Pacific Sunwear
Palmetto Moon
Perfumania
Piercing Pagoda
Roxy
Sbarro
Smoking Everywhere
Spencer's Gifts
Sticky Fingers 
Things Remembered
Underground Station
Zales



2AM for Friday, November 23 (aka Black Friday)
Jimmy Jazz
Rainbow
Victoria's Secret

3AM for Friday, November 23 (aka Black Friday)
Victoria's Secret

6AM for Friday, November 23 (aka Black Friday)
JCPenney
JCPenney Hair Salon
Sephora (inside JCPenney)

7AM for Friday, November 23 (aka Black Friday)
J.B. Robinson Jewelers
Kay Jewelers

10AM for Friday, November 23 (aka Black Friday)
Olan Mills Store

*This list is subject to change. Please call ahead to confirm the store's participation. All stores will be open at 4am.

 

Northwoods Mall In-Mall events include:

  • Holiday Coupon Books Available at the Mall Office (while supplies last)
  • Visits with Santa through Christmas Eve (located at Dillard's Court)
  • Pet Photos with Santa-November 27 from 7-9pm (All pets must be leashed or crated.)
  • Salvation Army Angel Tree-Donations can be dropped off near Santa in the Dillard's Court or in the Mall Office.
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