UNION GAP, Wash.-- The new Cabela's Outpost store in Union Gap opened its doors to its first Black Friday in the area.
Hundreds of people lined up outside the building before it opened at five.
Workers handed out cards for free gifts to the first 600 shoppers. Several items, including generators, quickly sold out.
The store says it's a very welcome reception for their first year in Union Gap.
"When I drove in at 3:30 this morning, to see a line wrapped around the building is exciting to see because people wanna be here," said Customer Service Manager Ron Armstrong.
Cabela's told us some people in line had camped out there since eleven in the morning yesterday.
People also lined up outside the other new Union Gap store, JC Penney, which opened about an hour later.