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Black Friday safety: How shoppers, stores can be prepared

Published November 21, 2012 1:35 pm

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As customers and retailers prepare to chase the biggest post-Thanksgiving deals, national organizations warn they should also be ready the risks that come with the biggest shopping day of the year.

Black Friday safety: How shoppers, stores can be prepared

Denise Smith-Lad, left, asks her grandson Jordan Smith, 6, what he would like to eat as they camp Monday in front of a Best Buy store in Cockrell Hill, Texas. (AP/LM Otero) As customers and retailers prepare to chase the biggest post-Thanksgiving deals, national organizations warn they should also be ready the risks that come with the biggest shopping day of the year. Violence has been an increasingly reported feature of Black Friday. New York Magazine adeptly rounds up recent ...

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