Black Friday: Where's the Most Dangerous Store to Visit?
Black Friday falls the day after Thanksgiving and is considered the first day of the traditional Christmas shopping season.
Traditionally an American celebration, this annual shopping day went worldwide making it one of the most profitable and chaotic shopping days of the year.
The majority of retailers offer significant money-saving offers for a limited time, rendering shopping malls and conventional brick and mortar stores a bit of a no-go zone.
Huffington Post reported in 2015 that 150 million Americans went shopping that year on Black Friday, spending more than $57 billion.
They also reported that based on retail locations which had the most injuries and deaths on Black Friday anually due to store stampedes and violence, Walmart is officially the most dangerous place to shop on Black Friday.
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