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Box it up, please

Reese was outside the store at midnight to make sure he got his tv. The store opened at 6 a.m. with employees ready for the rush of about 500 people waiting for the store to open. A Future Shop employee said some customers had a shopping plan mapping out where to go first to take full advantage of the most popular items at the annual Boxing Day sale.

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