Friday, November 27, 2009
Black Friday $ale brings out countless shoppers in tough economy
With a tough economy still rearing its ugly head, today's 2nd Annual Black Friday Extravaganza at the Society's stores in L.A., Long Beach and Oxnard attracted many shoppers seeking bargains on trendy fashion, home decor, jewlery, hidden treasures and more.
And bargains they found, as the majority of store items were discounted 50% off. And that's already on top of St. Vincent de Paul's everyday low prices. Today's sale was a win-win, as the revenue also will benefit the Society's various local charitable programs.
Photos: Top - Michael Linder of KABC Radio News speaks to a customer; Below - Shoppers wait in line to purchase their treasures.
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