Black Friday Sale

Nov. 23, 2018 only: 70% off sale

Maybe you’ve heard of “Black Friday,” which in the United States, is the day after the holiday of Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving is always the 4th Thursday in November, so this year, Thanksgiving is Nov. 22, and Black Friday is Nov. 23.

But what exactly does that mean?

The short answer is: Many stores and businesses have big sales on Black Friday — many times, the biggest discounts they will offer all year.

Thanksgiving is seen at the beginning of the holiday season in the U.S., so many people begin their holiday shopping right after Thanksgiving, on Friday. Businesses take advantage of people wanting to buy things, so they offer discounts on this day.

But why Black Friday?

Because, in business, being “in the red” means that a business is not making a profit; they are spending more money than they are making.

But being “in the black” means that the business is making a profit; they are making more money than they are spending.

“Black Friday” was the day that businesses “turned a profit,” or were “in the black,” or finally made more money than they spent.

In honor of Black Friday, I’m having a big sale on my two courses. Check it out!

On Friday, Nov. 23, 2018, purchase my Pronunciation Basics Course or my University Companion College-Level Writing Course for 70% off!

This means you can improve your pronunciation with me for less than $5 and improve your academic writing skills for less than $20!

Best of all, once you purchase the course, you own the materials forever. The lessons are downloadable, so you can access them wherever you are, whenever you want.

Learn more about the Pronunciation Basics Course here.

Learn more about the University Companion Writing Course here.


***The prices will reflect 70% off on Nov. 23, 2018.***

Published by Amanda E. Snyder Rufino

Teacher. Writer. Artist.

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