- The Washington Times - Friday, November 22, 2013

Talk about getting a jump on things. Hopeful Black Friday deal-diggers in Ohio are already marking their store line territories with campsites, setting up tents to lay claim to deals at Best Buy — which haven’t even been announced yet.

A team of triplet brothers in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, pitched their tent outside a Best Buy earlier this week, a full 10 days before Thanksgiving, The Daily Mail reported. They were joined shortly after by another local resident, who pitched tent right next to them.

Even stranger: They have no idea what they’re waiting to buy. The electronics chain hasn’t published its Black Friday deals in an advertisement flyer yet.

Jonas Allooh said he and his two brothers will nonetheless man the tent in shifts around the clock until Black Friday shopping starts. But it’s hardly a hardship: Inside their tent: a microwave, television, five space heaters, a computer and a queen-size mattress.

Best Buy opens at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day.



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