Shoppers were up early all across Eastern Carolina this morning, trying to grab that something special before someone else did.
At the Best Buy in Greenville, one woman camped out in a tent since 9:00 a.m. Thanksgiving morning. For Estelle Mack it was the second year in a row to be first in line at the store.
When doors opened at 5:00 a.m. there was no stampedes at Best Buy. Managers gave those in line vouchers for prized deals they wanted to buy so there wouldn't be a huge rush.
For some, shopping on this "Black Friday" is an all day event. Estelle Mack shopped in Best Buys for some 90 minutes before heading off to her next destination.