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Early birds grab great deals, big savings

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - Were you one of those early morning shoppers who braved the urge to stay in bed to deal with the long lines just to get the Black Friday specials?  Thousands of island residents did just that today and it meant good news for retailers.

Athlete's Foot supervisor Ignacio Aldon said, "It's been pretty great as soon as we opened up people came in and bought some shoes, some Jordans and it's been pretty good."

But it was clear that residents aren't spending as much money this holiday season. Balinda Ing of Body Secrets at the Agana Shopping Center told KUAM News, "I really expecting it getting better even Christmas maybe because now people really want to save more money and prepare for Christmas spending."

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