Thanksgiving Day Shoppers Line Up Outside Stores - KMPH FOX 26 | Central San Joaquin Valley News Source

Thanksgiving Day Shoppers Line Up Outside Stores

Posted: Updated:
CLOVIS, Calif. (KMPH) -

The countdown is on to find the best deals in town and shoppers are willing to do anything to find them.

Some shoppers are even willing to sleep outside of stores.

That is what the Rosales' have been doing since 10:00 a.m. Tuesday.

The family is number one in line.

Shopper Channel Rosales says, "This is like our fifth year doing it. Last year, we were at sears and the year before that we were at Best Buy. So now we are back."

Shopper Dave Gilliland says, "Last year, we saved about $400.00 on a television that we wanted. So it was well worth it."

Meanwhile others are using the holiday shopping day to make money.

Some are holding places in line for up to $100.00 a day.

Paul Moreno says, "One of the people that I work with wants me to sit here and hold a place for him because he wants to buy a bunch of televisions. I'm getting paid a $100.00."

  • Local NewsLocal NewsMore>>

  • Wildfire In Oakhurst Destroys Ten Buildings, More Evacuations Ordered

    Wildfire In Oakhurst Destroys Ten Buildings, More Evacuations Ordered

    A Wildfire burningnear Oakhurst has forced mandatory evacuations for residents in the areaSunday afternoon.The Madera County Sheriff's Office says it's issued evacuation orders to residents from Road 426 to Road 223. Sheriff's officials say 500 residents have been evacuated and 200 structures are threatened by the fire which is burning near Courtney Lane and Seven Hills Road.Fire officials say the fire is about 15 acres.More >>
    A Wildfire burningnear Oakhurst has forced mandatory evacuations for residents in the areaSunday afternoon.The Madera County Sheriff's Office says it's issued evacuation orders to residents from Road 426 to Road 223. Sheriff's officials say 500 residents have been evacuated and 200 structures are threatened by the fire which is burning near Courtney Lane and Seven Hills Road.Fire officials say the fire is about 15 acres.More >>
  • Navy Releases Name of NAS Lemoore Pilot Presumed Dead in Crash

    Navy Releases Name of NAS Lemoore Pilot Presumed Dead in Crash

    Lt. Poloski was flying an FA-18, similar to this one.Lt. Poloski was flying an FA-18, similar to this one.
    The Navy has released the name of the fighter pilot from NAS Lemoore, presumed dead after two jets crashed near Guam Friday.He has been identified as Lt. Nathan Poloski, a 26-year-old native of Lake Arrowhead, California.Fellow pilots searched for 36-hour search in the waters off the U.S. territory of Wake Island after two F/A-18C Hornets crashed.The other pilot safely ejected, was rescued from the ocean by helicopter and was treated and released from medical facilities aboard the aircraft ca...More >>
    The Navy has released the name of the fighter pilot from NAS Lemoore, presumed dead after two jets crashed near Guam Friday.He has been identified as Lt. Nathan Poloski, a 26-year-old native of Lake Arrowhead, California.Fellow pilots searched for 36-hour search in the waters off the U.S. territory of Wake Island after two F/A-18C Hornets crashed.The other pilot safely ejected, was rescued from the ocean by helicopter and was treated and released from medical facilities aboard the aircraft ca...More >>
  • Reedley Group Tries To Preserve Historical Downtown Landmark

    Reedley Group Tries To Preserve Historical Downtown Landmark

    Grangers Warehouse has been a landmark in downtown Reedley for more than a century. The local school district wants it demolished so it can build its headquarters on the site. But members of the local historical society won't give in without a fight.The warehouse has been around since 1892. It's one of the first buildings built in the downtown area. It was used for wheat storage and later became one of Sunmaid Raisins first facilities to process raisins. Kenneth Zech is a volunteer for the Re...More >>
    Grangers Warehouse has been a landmark in downtown Reedley for more than a century. The local school district wants it demolished so it can build its headquarters on the site. But members of the local historical society won't give in without a fight.The warehouse has been around since 1892. It's one of the first buildings built in the downtown area. It was used for wheat storage and later became one of Sunmaid Raisins first facilities to process raisins. Kenneth Zech is a volunteer for the Re...More >>
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 WorldNow and KMPH. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.