|Published:||Nov 16, 2012 8:47 PM EST|
|Updated:||Nov 16, 2012 8:47 PM EST|
'Tis the season for holiday shopping, but already this early?
The Rademacher family moved here from Michigan years ago and since then they have made it a family tradition to camp outside of Best Buy the entire week of Thanksgiving.
"It is a family tradition, we do this every year," said Shannon Rademacher.
They have an entire "tent condo" set up complete with television, X-Box, generators and food.
"We will have Thanksgiving dinner with the good china and everything," said Rademacher.
This year, stores are doing whatever they can to lure in customers to shop their deals.
Stores like Walmart offer a gift card if you buy an Ipad. Best Buy posted their Black Friday shopping deals weeks before evryone else.
"Word gets out anyway so we just owned the fact that hey here is what we are doing," said Best Buy manager Dan Bronson.
So, what is so important for the Rademacher family to live on the sidewalk for more than a week?
"TVs , laptops, X-Box 360's, guitar," said Rademacher.
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