Tiffany Williams, of Savannah, leads her daughter, Madison, 6, through the crowded walkways of Tanger Outlet Center 1 in search of the next bargain while Christmas shopping on Friday. "So far so good," said Williams of her Black Friday shopping outing to southern Beaufort County.
Tiffany Williams, of Savannah, leads her daughter, Madison, 6, through the crowded walkways of Tanger Outlet Center 1 in search of the next bargain while Christmas shopping on Friday. "So far so good," said Williams of her Black Friday shopping outing to southern Beaufort County. Jay Karr
Tiffany Williams, of Savannah, leads her daughter, Madison, 6, through the crowded walkways of Tanger Outlet Center 1 in search of the next bargain while Christmas shopping on Friday. "So far so good," said Williams of her Black Friday shopping outing to southern Beaufort County. Jay Karr

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