dollar day

dol′lar day`


n.
a sale day on which some merchandise is reduced to one dollar or another low price.
[1945–50]
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Like the $500 dollar car and the Five Dollar Day, this new idea was the first of its kind; unlike those two historic innovations, no other industrialists copied it.
On the history of auto workers, see Stephen Meyer, The Five Dollar Day (Albany, 1981), Joyce Shaw Peterson, American Automobile Workers, 1900-1933 (Albany, 1987), Henry Kraus, Heroes of Unwritten Story: The UAW 1934-1939 (Urbana, 1993), Nancy F.
Funding for this program is provided by the city and student donations through a program called Dollar Day.
Wear a Hat for a Dollar Day raised an extra $120 last year for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
198 billion in desktop online sales, making it the season's first billion dollar day and heaviest online spending day to date, while representing a 15-percent increase versus Black Friday 2012.
6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Submit Press Release 123, a trusted source for online press release distribution, is celebrating National Dollar Day on August 8[sup.
Thursday - Dollar Day, with a general admission price of $1 and free admission for children 11 and younger, military veterans and adults 55 and older.
This year, the company has a fundraising goal of $3 million, with $1 million coming from Million Dollar Day and the remaining $2 million raised by the company's more than 40,000 employees nationwide participating in local WalkAmerica and center events in their communities.
Cyber Monday, Which Remains Only Billion Dollar Day on Record , Likely to Become Heaviest Spending Day of the Year for First Time
Overall, sales on the Internet are up over 12 percent (Internet Retailer) and after a brief drop following Cyber Monday, the last two weeks are expected to be robust, with a second Billion Dollar day of sales being forecast this week.
Multi-Million Dollar Day of Winnings at Table Mountain
On July 10, 2000, Insight celebrated the first million dollar day in unassisted web sales in the United States -- another significant milestone in the continuing development of www.