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Bed Bath & Beyond to Close Stores on Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. and Canada

Move affects all retail brands under Bed Bath & Beyond corporate umbrella.

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Bed Bath & Beyond store in Park City, Utah
UNION, N.J. -- Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. today announced plans to close its stores on Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. and Canada, including Bed Bath & Beyond, buybuy BABY, Christmas Tree Shops. Harmon Face Values and Cost Plus World Market.

The company will provide a full range of shopping options leading up to each country's Thanksgiving Day, including newly introduced 2-hour Buy-Online-Pickup-In-Store (BOPIS) and contactless Curbside Pickup services, to make the holiday shopping experience as safe and easy as possible. Customers will also be able to find all the latest Holiday deals online throughout the Thanksgiving period, for delivery in-home or to their local store.

President & CEO Mark Tritton of Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. said, "Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, our dedicated associate teams have taken exceptional steps to keep each other safe, our customers served, and our communities supported with the essential items they need. We're so proud of what our associates have achieved to help our customers feel at home during this time.

"In a year when it's more important than ever to celebrate the season with friends and family, we will be there to help our customers' make this holiday season extra special. We're also pleased that we can ensure our people have time to be with their loved ones this Thanksgiving and are so grateful for their commitment and support throughout this extraordinary year."

The company will shortly unveil plans to make it even easier to feel at home this holiday season, including great deals, inspiring products, thoughtful gifts, new shopping hours and services that allow everyone to shop safely and conveniently.
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