Families head out for Black Friday Shopping

By: Clare Kaley Email
By: Clare Kaley Email

For many of us, the turkey and all of those holiday fixins are barely cold, but some dined and dashed, and left the comforts of a warm house in order to get a prime spot in line for Black Friday deals.

"We love Black Friday!"

The doors to Target in Weston opened at 8 Thursday night, and hundreds of excited shoppers rushed in, looking for deals.

"She's getting a Nook, I'm getting an iPad, they are getting a TV," said Danielle Naser and Kimberly Kulawinski, "we do it for the fun! Honestly, we do it for fun every single year."

Over in Rib Mountain, one group camped outside since 6am, waiting for the doors to open... 12 hours later. And while they've got a list, and a plan...

"We've been planning this for a couple months," said Jaron Olson and Jake Dinkel, "then when the deals came out we said 'I want to get a TV, I want to get a laptop, so, we just came here."

Others just thought they'd get a different perspective on the crazy night.

"I worked here for 13 years," said Josh Kralcik, "this is my first non-retail Thanksgiving, so, I figured I come out and see the other side of it."

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