It’s that time when the turkey is all but leftovers, bound for future weekend lunches.
Millions of people across the nation turn their appetite from delicious food to some scrumptious deals.
Black Friday has become a yearly tradition for some of the more “aggressive” shoppers, where being brave and patient is a good combination, especially when you’re exposed to the conditions.
Misty Boyer, a shopper at the Fort Steuben Mall said, “last year it was freezing. We had blankets and everything and passing out hats and gloves to everybody in line because it was so cold. My daughter got very lucky last year here though. She won the big prize!”
Black Friday shoppers in the Ohio Valley have a lot to look forward to.
Researchers say technology is again leading the way when it comes to some of the bigger savings.
Shoppers at the Ohio Valley Mall saw the doors open earlier in the day on Thanksgiving for their “Rock the Mall Event.”
The first 500 shoppers even received bags filled with giveaways, coupons and reindeer gear!
While up the river workers at the Fort Steuben Mall were also busy preparing for a midnight rush.
With the clatter of plastic shopping bags just beginning to ring through the stores this Black Friday, its shaping up to be a big one at retailers across the nation and in the Ohio Valley.