Cars were pulling into store parking lots all over the Mid-Columbia for the Black Friday shopping extravaganza today. We talked to people waiting in line for different stores to open at 5 this morning and asked what brought them out in the predawn darkness
For many, that meant getting there early enough to secure a good spot in line:
And Sears reported that people were indeed waiting in line when the store in Cascade Square opened its doors at 4 a.m. And what were they buying?
Nationally, economic experts predict sales this Black Friday will be up over last year’s by 3.8 percent.