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Smaller Crowds on Black Friday

Updated: Friday, November 29 2013, 09:58 PM EST
NEWPORT, Ky. (Adam Clements) -- While many people are home, still recovering from the annual food coma that comes with Thanksgiving, a lot of other brave souls are out in the stores hunting for the best holiday deals. Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping days of the year. Adam Clements is right in the middle of it all at the Target in Newport.

Target was open was open at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving, so the crowds died down overnight. They're starting to build back up Friday morning. Adam found people looking for deals on TVs, computers, i-phones and tablets.

Adam thought he would look for gifts for his coworkers. He picked out some leopard print footed pajamas for Tiffany. She said she'd take two.

With Thanksgiving openings taking some of the bite out of black Friday, one consultant suggests Black Friday might become Gray Friday.

The shopping madness doesn't end Friday. Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday are next. Forbes predicts total internet sales will top $78 billion this holiday season.

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