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Wrentham Village Premium Outlets - Holiday spirits was already running high at the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets this week as management prepared for this year's "Midnight Madness" shopping event, which officially kicks off the holiday shopping season at the mall.


Black Friday's excitement will continue throughout the weekend, with special sales and special events, including the arrival of Santa on a Wrentham fire truck on Sunday.


This is the fifth consecutive year of the Midnight Madness and Black Friday weekend events at the mall, which a mall spokesman said is "phenomenally attended each year, even in less-than-ideal weather conditions."


Most of the stores will open at midnight Friday, including all of the new stores that opened this year, "allowing shoppers to get an early start at hunting down those great bargains.”


"Wrentham Village Premium Outlets is excited to once again offer these Midnight Madness sales to our shoppers. This great sale has now become a tradition for our center, and shoppers have been planning for weeks and months for this day," said Susan Bladd, marketing director for Wrentham Village Premium Outlets. "It's a smart way to shop, and also lots of fun."


She went on to note that these days shopping wisely is essential, "and outlets offer shoppers the perfect opportunity to find impressive savings on the brands they want to own or give for the holidays. Shoppers do not need to sacrifice when they shop here."

"Our stores have done a wonderful job this year," Bladd added. "They are offering terrific deals not only for the Midnight opening, but all weekend long. We are very excited about all the amazing deals our stores have put together for this event. We recommend that everyone log on to premiumoutlets.com to review all the great sales, and to save even more, become a VIP Shopper Club member--it's free to join!"

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