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Black Friday 2011
Date: 11/24/2011 Album ID: 1367982
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Shoppers lined up outside stores all over El Paso for Black Friday in aims of getting deals for items on their Christmas shopping list.
Francisco Lopez, right, had a snack while sitting under a shelter with his wife, Susana Lopez, left, son John Lopez, center, and his cousin, Alexis Lopez outside the Best Buy store at 1834 Joe Battle in East El Paso Wednesday afternoon. The family arrived at the store around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday to get in line for Black Friday specials. Best Buy stores open at 12 a.m. Friday. Photo by Rudy Gutierrez / El Paso Times.
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Pedro Zu–iga of El Paso shielded himself from the after sun while sitting outside the Best Buy store at 1834 Joe Battle in East El Paso Wednesday. Zu–iga arrived at the store at 1 p.m. to get in line for Black Friday specials. Best Buy stores open at 12 a.m. Friday. Photo by Rudy Gutierrez / El Paso Times.
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Christian Herrera reads the Toys 'R Us ad as he waits in line for the store to open Thursday night just before 9pm. The store will remain open through 10pm Friday for their Black Friday sale. Photo by Mark Lambie / El Paso Times.
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Alan Hering, 23, serenades the crowd with his guitar as hundreds wait in line outside of Best Buy for Black Friday sales to begin in West El Paso. Photo by Aaron Bracamontes / El Paso Times.
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Photo by Aaron Bracamontes / El Paso Times.
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Photo by Rudy Gutierrez / El Paso Times.
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Alfonso Rodriguez hustles through Toys 'R Us Thursday night shortly after the toy store opened at 9pm for their door-buster black Friday sales. Photos by Mark Lambie / El Paso Times.
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Shoppers rush around Toys 'R Us Thursday night looking for early Black Friday deals. Photos by Mark Lambie / El Paso Times.
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Giovanni Chacon pushes one cart and pulls another as he shops Thursday night at Toys 'R Us. Photos by Mark Lambie / El Paso Times.
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A shopper tries to keep warm Thursday night as she waits for Toys 'R Us to open for their Black Friday sale.Photos by Mark Lambie / El Paso Times.
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Shannon Mueller of Alamogordo, New Mexico waited outside Toy's 'R Us in west El Paso Thursday night for their Black Friday Sale. Photos by Mark Lambie / El Paso Times.
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Toys 'R Us employees hand out vouchers for electronics in line Thursday night.Photos by Mark Lambie / El Paso Times.
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Shoppers wait outside the westside Toys 'R Us Thursday night for the store's 9pm opening. Photos by Mark Lambie / El Paso Times.
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Black Friday deal hunters pay tor their finds Thursday night at Toys 'R Us on Mesa Hills. Photos by Mark Lambie / El Paso Times.
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Shoppers line up outside Toys 'R Us Thursday night waiting for their 9pm Black Friday opening. Photos by Mark Lambie / El Paso Times.
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