‘Wait’ Program Pays Off

Black Friday Or Black Thursday, Local Bargain Hunters Are Ready

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Posted: November 23, 2012

Deborah Cole (left center) and daughters Angelina Cole, 6, (center) and Erica Harris, 14, (right center) fend off the cold as they wait in line outside Target on Thursday evening, looking forward to the bargains to come. (Photos by Stephen Mitchell)
Customers wait in line outside Best Buy around 5 p.m. on Thursday to get the Black Friday bargains when for the store’s midnight opening.
Shoppers line up outside the Kmart in Harrisonburg on Thursday evening for the second in a series of bargain-heavy openings.
K.J. Turner (center) of Pittsburgh, who is visiting family in Harrisonburg for the holidays, waits in line at Best Buy Thursday evening for Black Friday deals. Turner, who was waiting with her niece, said she hoped to buy a laptop at midnight.
HARRISONBURG — Last year, Peter Luong caught some of that “goodwill to men” that tends to go around during the holiday season.

After waiting several hours outside the Harrisonburg Best Buy, he...


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