Happy Thanksgivukkah to one and all who celebrate! Raymond Lee Jewelers wishes everyone celebrating Thanksgiving a wonderful day full of family/friends/mashed potatoes in any amount or combination. To everyone celebrating the Festival of Light, Happy Hanukkah! The first night of Hanukkah does indeed fall on American Thanksgiving this year, and won’t do so again for another 70,000 years. A once in a Centrennium holiday (we Googled)? Count us IN for celebrating. We’re busting out the menorah – namely this funky and modern brass one below from Crate and Barrel. We’re frying up latkes while the turkey is roasting to top the most scrumptious challah and apple stuffing. We’re letting the mashed potatoes be because some things (butter) you just don’t mess with. But you can bet we’ll be watching the Macy’s parade from right to left. Regardless of what you’re celebrating, today is a great way to kick off the holiday season. And yes, we really do mean holiday season – not shopping season. We’ll be open on Black Friday, but closed all day tomorrow. And because we’d like to avoid stampeding diamond customers going bonkers over a case full of amazing jewelry deals, we’ve decided to take our sales to the internet. Yes, you can stay in your very best sweatpants and keep the food-coma going on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and even Monday while simultaneously scoring major discounts on some serious gifts this year. We’re discounting all of our David Yurman jewelry – which is already priced below retail – to 20% off. And if the Yurman doesn’t do it for you, all of our slice jewelry is 40% off. We wish you a Happy Thanksgiving, a Happy Hanukkah, and a very Happy Holiday Shopping. Oh, and one more thing – check back tomorrow to see who won our Rolex giveaway!