Boscov’s stores to be closed on Thanksgiving Day

The calendar may still say it’s summer, but Boscov’s has announced at least one plan for the holiday shopping season.

The Berks County-based department store chain will be closed on Thanksgiving Day.

“Closing on Thanksgiving Day gives our hard-working coworkers the ability to enjoy an uninterrupted day with their families,” Jim Boscov, chairman and CEO of Boscov’s, said in a statement. “A number of things have changed due to the pandemic. I’m delighted that this change has become the new norm, and hope it will become permanent in the retail industry.”

The company said that while its physical stores will be closed, customers will be able to shop online as they get a jump on their holiday shopping.

Boscov’s has announced that it will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. This file photo shows the Muhlenberg Township location. (MEDIANEWS GROUP FILE PHOTO)

Boscov’s operates 49 stores in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Ohio. It is the nation’s largest family owned department store chain, and is in its 108th year. Boscov’s offers a year-round military discount, a gift registry, a hassle free return policy and free curbside pickup. To learn more, visit

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