Why Gold Friday And Not Black Friday

Beauty & Fashion Why Gold Friday And Not Black Friday
NOV 20, 2020 LISTEN

Beauty and wellness brand, Pure Persona by Nana has announced the commencement of their ‘Gold Friday’ deals ahead of the holiday season.

Black Friday was informally named by police due to the heavy pedestrian and vehicular traffic created the day after Thanksgiving in the United States.

The phrase “Black Friday”, since then has “travelled” beyond the borders of America to be a world “thing” – with retailers around the globe incorporating it into their customer-centered trajectory calendar each year.

Black Friday is regarded as the beginning of the Christmas Shopping Season worldwide where retailers give heavy discounts on their products. Here in Ghana, ‘’Black Friday” is observed by retailers as well.

However, new health and beauty brand, Pure Persona by Nana has couched for itself, “Gold Friday Deals”, their version of “Black Friday”.

The brand seeks to stand out in all its endeavors, thus the creation of “Gold Friday Deals” allows them to offer something more exciting than usual for customers.

The Gold Friday Deals offers customers a ten dollar discount when they purchase two or more Pure Persona by Nana Discovery Kits.

This starts from Tuesday, the 17th of November, 2020 to Thursday the 26th of November, 2020.

Apart from gold being one of its brand colors, gold is also considered as an earthly counterpart to the sun and the manifestation of life's vital force or soul by the Asante.

Gold also represents purity and vigor -and with clean products being the brand’s focus, it is only right that gold be chosen in place of black.

Pure Persona by Nana launched this year in June with their natural hair product line with a commitment to unleashing the purest you and thrives on Identity, Confidence, and Dedication to Self and Beauty.

You can purchase Pure Persona by Nana’s products on

For enquires, they can be emailed at [email protected] Follow them on social at @purepersonabynana on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

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