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Holiday Shopping #1037182

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 22, 2012
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) The early holiday shopping introduced; projections cited.

(Los Angeles: Lee Cowan) The holiday shopping rush beginning Thanksgiving Day featured; scenes shown of the crowds and a protest by Walmart employees; spending statistics cited; details given about the petition started by a Target employee. [Target chief marketing officer Jeff JONES††- says customers tell us they would like to shop after dinner on Thanksgiving.] [Retail analyst Dana TELSEY††- says it feels like early Black Friday has happened the whole week.] [Katie HURLEY‡- says people using social media are finding the best deals.] [Shopper Patrice HILL‡- describes her shopping strategy.] The Walmart protests discussed.

Glor, Jeff;
Cowan, Lee

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