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Local stores kick off Black Friday sales
5:57 AM on the dot, doors opened. Seconds later boxes unraveled, clothes scattered and shelves emptied.
"Clothes for myself picture frames we got everything," said Robyn Umstead, Shopper.
This isn't the typical shopping experience there's strategy involved.
"The big thing is with places like this with a lot of lines we put one person in line and the rest of us go shop and then we change out," said Erica Rogers, Shopper.
Erica Rogers, her mother and sister in law say on Black Friday the fitting room isn't an option, they know how to spot it, grab it and go.
"We look at the store maps and we see where everything is at we get there early we use each other we spread out cell phones definitely very key," said Erica Rogers.
"It's almost kind of like a sport it's not necessarily oh I'm going to get something that I want is oh I can find something," said Lacey Rogers, Shopper.
"I'm starting to feel very tired I'm ready to go home I got one more stop in Hastings we gotta get to Allen's," said Diane Rogers, Shopper.
With twenty years of Black Friday experience bargain hunters like Diane Rogers say waiting 45 minutes to an hour is worth it.
"Enjoy it and don't be grumpy," said Diane Rogers.
JC Penney's did something different this year, they decided to remove door busters and make the sales available all day long, which are also available online.
They'll be open until 11pm Friday night.
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