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By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – Just one more day to one of the biggest shopping days of the year.

Many retailers are decking the aisles with special deals for Black Friday.

Our camera was there at Sears this evening as sales associates started marking down prices on washers, dryers, ovens.

Managers expect electronics to be a big seller. Workers spent several more hours getting products on the shelves after closing .

"They're making sure the store is ready to go, making sure the store is ready for our customers, clean and fresh looking, our buyers are securing some good deals from our companies and shipping it in to give the lowest price available," said Kelvin Tompkins.

Here's a look at black Friday openings at some major stores.

JC Penny, Belk and Kohl's will open at 4 am.

Sears at 5 pm.

Toys R Us actually opens at midnight Thursday.

And Walmart will be open 24-hours on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday.


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