Black Friday and Cyber Monday have become part of the Thanksgiving holiday season, but what about "Takeout Wednesday?"
On Thanksgiving Eve, while folks across North Central West Virginia were busy preparing their meals for the next day, the phones were ringing off the hooks at Domino's in Clarksburg.
Assistant manager Brian Lamp said his store is always very busy on the night before Thanksgiving and that a lot of people eat pizza while they prepare holiday meals.
"It's usually more deliveries than walk-ins. It's easier for someone to be sitting at home making dinner and call us. We get it there as soon as we can. I think were at a half-hour to 45 minute range tonight on average," Lamp said.
Lamp said it can get hectic, but that some of his employees have been there for 10 years or more, so they all work together to get the job done.