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Randy Hellman's Last Black Friday

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One Bismarck man knows the Black Friday routine all to well.

Randy Hellman, owner of Hellman brothers is closing his doors next month, making today his last Black Friday as a business owner.

For the last 16 years Hellman has been welcoming in shoppers everyday, including Black Friday.

"There's a sense of relief, there's a sense of maybe some anxiety with it too, but we're heading to a great opportunity that we couldn't pass up so looking forward to that too," Randy Hellman said.

Hellman has accepted a position as the Executive Director of Northwest Buyers.

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