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Holiday Shopping #1037198

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 22, 2012
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Kevin Tibbles) The early start to holiday shopping with Black Friday sales moving to Thanksgiving Day featured; scenes shown of the crowds, protests by Walmart workers; details given about the opening times for several stores; shopping projections cited. [2 SHOPPERS – comment.] [Retail reporter Courtney REAGAN†- says if Walmart opens early it’s hard for competitors to sit on the sidelines.] [Walmart WORKER – says it would be better to have Thanksgiving off.] ["New York Times" labor correspondent Steven GREENHOUSE†- comments on the petition signed by people who don’t want to work on Thanksgiving.]

Snow, Kate;
Tibbles, Kevin

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