Brett Diehl, 18, center, and his girlfriend Kendra Dziubek, 17, right, are the first to run in to Target on Friday morning as store manager Lynn Moore, left, opened the doors at 6 a.m. Diehl and his cousin Garrett Diehl, behind, drove from a family gathering in Gainesville yesterday to arrive at SuperTarget in North Naples at midnight. They slept in their car in the parking lot until the they saw people beginning to line up outside. Stores all around the country opened early Friday morning for what is usually the biggest shopping day of the year.

Photo by LEXEY SWALL, Daily News

Brett Diehl, 18, center, and his girlfriend Kendra Dziubek, 17, right, are the first to run in to Target on Friday morning as store manager Lynn Moore, left, opened the doors at 6 a.m. Diehl and his cousin Garrett Diehl, behind, drove from a family gathering in Gainesville yesterday to arrive at SuperTarget in North Naples at midnight. They slept in their car in the parking lot until the they saw people beginning to line up outside. Stores all around the country opened early Friday morning for what is usually the biggest shopping day of the year.

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