By Mike LaCrosse
People in North Attleboro were counting down the hours until Black Friday on Thanksgiving. All were hoping for those door buster deals.
"TV and probably Blu-Ray player, maybe a laptop," said Michael Ramella, Woonsocket.
"Twenty-four inch for $80 bucks you can't beat that," said Bryan Ramaglia, Warwick.
Bryan and his girlfriend Michelle Betters have been at the Best Buy in N. Attleboro since Tuesday.
"A lot I do for myself and then recently friends need something so. I got kids," said Ramaglia.
"The tablets the TVs, computers … good deals," said Betters.
The couple pretty much brought their living room and set up a TV, coffee maker and a heater.
For them the Black Friday line is their Thanksgiving.
"I mean my mother and father passed, her mother is passed so [we] make our own family traditions," said Ramaglia.
They've also made new friends throughout the years.
"I have fun. We pretty much make friends and the friends that we make we will show each other a good time," said Betters.
"We are a family right now, kinda like it's a tradition now. We have been doing this for three years, so it's kind of like we know each other," said Francisco Rodriguez, Central Falls.
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