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Black Friday shoppers plan to miss Thanksgiving meal


I

t may not be
Black Friday, but that doesn't mean retail stores were completely empty and at Westgate Mall that proved to be the case.


T

here's the pre-

B

lack
Friday shoppers, and then there's the professionals. Kendra Earl set up camp Tuesday, and she's ready for another two nights.



"

T

his is probably the sixth year.
Before that I always said I'd never be one of those people and then I came one year and I was hooked," Earl said.


Earl

drives from
Tulia every year, pitches a tent and waits for retail doors to open. She said those who don't believe the hype, Black Friday is everything it's made out-to-be.



"

T

hey're absolutely wrong

," she said.



"Y

ou can save so so much money.
I'm not a shopper, but this is my time. I look forward to this every year just because I love a good bargain."


Then t

here's some who refuse to step out of their own doors on
Black Friday, but still want a good deal.



"

T

rying to beat the
Black Friday rush. We started it last year and we found out that they have some better sales," LeAnn Sorrels said.


For Earl,

she ha

d

one tip for those who have never
tried to tough it out in the cold for a few nights.



"

T

ry it once

.



Y

ou'll get hooked, just once


," she said.

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