First and foremost, Happy Thanksgiving to all of my fellow Americans celebrating today with their family and good food galore. Thanksgiving was always my favorite holiday growing up, not for what it stood for but mainly because it was the holiday where I actually got most of my family together (Dad had 7 sisters) and we all ate great food cooked by my great-grandparents. It was always a nice experience. So, for those of you like me who appreciate the food and family, I wish you all a great day!
But now it would appear that Thanksgiving has also been overrun by the more famous Black Friday as in the new internet world, everyone (even those who don’t have a clue what Thanksgiving is) wants their Black Friday discount and wants it asap!
So, we have hopped on board to this new wave of companies launching today because after all, once that food is in your belly, and a few drinks down the throat, many might feel like sitting down on the couch with the mobile in hand looking at things to buy. This to me rings the image of the new modern society. So here’s to that!
At J.FitzPatrick Footwear we are offering a flat rate discount of 20% across all core products. What that means is that everything outside of our brand new boot models is under that discount. We are also offering all of our The Shoe Snob products on 20% discount as well (excluding bundled deals)
At The Shoe Snob we are also offering all products at 20% off with the exception of our bundled deals that are already at a discount. At The Shoe Snob we have a lot of great goodies for giving gifts at Christmas from colored laces, to small wax polishes, to wool socks and many more small great stocking stuffers. It is also a good time to take advantage of our Alderwood Shoe Trees which are the closest fit to a lasted shoe tree that you will get as a generic fit.
By the time you will be reading this, these discounts will all be live. And they will run through Cyber Monday, up until 11:59pm Pacific Standard Time (i.e. 8am in London Tues, 4pm in most of Asia Tues)
Justin, ‘The Shoe Snob’