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Defying the pandemic and a down economy, Hawaii shoppers scramble for Black Friday deals – Hawaii News Now

For some Black Friday shoppers, the pandemic didn’t stop them from going to stores.

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HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) – Hawaii malls still drew crowds and long lines on Black Friday, despite concerns over coronavirus.
Malls around Oahu were keeping stores at 50 percent capacity. Their precautions included social distance markers, extra sanitation efforts and line control.
Traffic has picked up tremendously here, we are still adhering to the 50% capacity of the center, said Diana Su, the marketing director for Pearlridge Center. But there are quite a bit of shoppers that are out…

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