Four area malls to close on Thanksgiving Day

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Some retailers, like TJ Maxx, Neiman Marcus, and Costco, have already started announcing whether they will be open or closed on Thanksgiving Day.

CBL Properties, which owns four St. Louis area malls and dozens more around the country, said its malls will close on Thanksgiving Day, just as they did past year.

CBL Properties is closing 62 shopping centers nationwide on Thanksgiving Day and will open at 6:00 a.m. on Black Friday, November 24th.

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However, last year, the trend began to move in the opposite direction. From 2013 through 2015, the malls were open Thanksgiving evening.

CBL Properties, owner and manager of the mall, made the announcement today.

"The support that we received previous year when we made this decision was overwhelmingly positive", CBL Properties president Stephen Lebovitz said.

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The company says it received a lot of support and positive feedback, after closing its 121 properties for Thanksgiving a year ago.

Honey Creek Mall's four anchor stores - Carson's JC Penney, Macy's and Sears - that have separate exterior entrances.

As Thanksgiving gets closer, a list of store closures will be released from Broadway at the Beach.

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