Black Friday shoppers line up early to buy items for a family nonprofit
By Kristen Consillio email@example.com
Nov. 27, 2019
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Evan Goldader, Keeaumoku Walmart co-manager, stands next to a Black Friday display. Walmart’s online sales start today at 5 p.m.
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Waipahu resident Mike Ulep fixed a cot underneath a tent Tuesday outside Best Buy in Aiea. Ulep, who has camped in preparation for Black Friday deals for over 10 years now, has a core group of friends and family who join in. They describe it as a “really long tailgate party” but for the right reasons. Their group shops not only for themselves, but for charitable donations as well.