"Black Friday" Shoppers Should Expect Larger Crowds This Year

If you've ever spent a "Black Friday" standing in a check-out line, get ready because some area retailers expect the crowds to be even thicker this year.

One retailer says shoppers haven't headed to the stores yet, because the weather has been too warm to put them in the Christmas spirit.

But now, there may be some added bustle in the already hectic shopping scene Nov. 23.

"I think it's different because people panic and feel like they have to hurry up and get different things, there are other people who get panicked," said Patti Dorris, Lucy's co-owner.

If you want to see just how hectic those "Black Friday" lines turn out to be, tune into AM Kentucky tomorrow.

WBKO's Daniel Kemp, will brave the crowds live from Target in Bowling Green.

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  • by Jeremy "STUB" Bryant Location: Morgantown on Nov 22, 2007 at 04:21 PM
    I love to go out and fight thru the crowd to get good bargans on christmas gifts. It dont matter when you go because from here on out it's goin to be buisy. See you at Wal-mart 1st thing in the morning. Ha ha
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