Wednesday, November 22, 2006
Many people dread Black Friday: the long lines, the traffic, the overall craziness of one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
Not Dawn Weber. Weber, who lives in Connecticut and wrote a first-person piece for the Norwich Bulletin, plans on being at the Wrentham Outlets when they open at midnight.
"We have all printed out maps of the Wrentham outlets and highlighted where we want to go," she wrote. "We will synchronize our watches and cell phones to be sure our meeting time will be accurate."
Weber will also be hitting malls and other stores in Massachusetts, and plans to have all of her holiday shopping done by the end of the day.
The Bulletin is set to publish Weber's account of her Black Friday experience on Saturday.
-- Erica Tochin