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11/27/09 — Bargain hunters out early for jump start on holiday shopping

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Bargain hunters out early for jump start on holiday shopping

By Catharin Shepard, Phyllis Moore and Nick Hiltunen
Published in News on November 27, 2009 1:46 PM

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Trudy Brinson, left, and mother Tonya Cloutier, both of Goldsboro, braved the packed aisles at Target this morning without a cart. The two shoppers said it was easier to navigate the crowded store without one.

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Early morning shoppers Ashley Johnson, left, and Christina Aycocke check out at Belk at Berkeley Mall this morning.

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News-Argus/BOBBY WILLIAMS

The jammed parking lot at Target early this morning attests to the hordes of bargain hunters inside.

Hundreds of bleary-eyed shoppers braved the cold hours before dawn at Berkeley Mall this morning, lining up outside Belk, Sears and JCPenney for the 4 a.m. Black Friday opening. Near freezing temperatures and the extra-early wake-up call didn't scare away...

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