Last year, two women set a Black Friday record after camping outside of a Best Buy in Beaumont, California for 22 days. That record is about to be obliterated by a man in Florida already in line at, well, Best Buy.
According to Click Orlando, Kevin Sutton has set up his tent and is already living outside of Best Buy at the Florida Mall. And if you want to count the numbers, Sutton would be waiting outside the store for 33 days.
You can shake your head at the ridiculousness of it all, but know that Sutton is doing this stunt to raise awareness for the 13,000 homeless children living in Central Florida.
And he’s already got the support of Best Buy.
— Best Buy News (@BBYNews) October 26, 2015
Sutton will not leave the site until the big day and will live off of the generosity of others.
“Sutton, who hosts a radio show for The Game in Orlando, said he’s accepting donations, gifts, toys and money, which will be given to the Love Pantry,” Click Orlando wrote on their website. Love Pantry is an organization in Central Florida that provides emergency food in school and into the hands of students.
But just because Sutton is doing this for a cause doesn’t mean he’s not eyeing a good deal on a new TV.
The holiday shopping season has officially begun.
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