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Paul's TV Black Friday Ad

Paul's TV Black Friday Ad - TVs and electronics top the shopping list for Black Friday this year – and Paul's TV "The King of Big Screen" will be the place to beat for price and service. Michigan's newest electronic retailer, now with 28 locations inside Art Van, will offer Black Friday specials on the top brands and latest technology, including 42" flat panel TVs priced $399 and lower, and 19" HDTVs for under $130. Big screens of every size, gaming systems, blu-ray players and more will be 'doorbuster' priced for Black Friday starting at 6am.
And that's only the beginning! All of Michigan is flocking to Paul's TV to see the newest 3D TV technology. "The picture is amazing! Everyone who sees it, wants it!" said Jamie Garelli, Regional Manager for Paul's TV, "and the best news, we've priced 3D ready Big Screens from $699 for the first time ever!"

Black Friday shoppers may be tempted to buy a flat screen by price alone but with so many choices like LED, LCD, Plasma, 3D and more, it's important to make smart choices.
"Make sure you talk with a TV expert – the wrong TV is never a good deal," said Garelli.
"We can help you get the quality, size, performance and value you'll love well after the holiday season is over," he added.

Paul's TV "The King of Big Screen" has a 47 year reputation as the nation's big screen TV experts, specializing in top brands, expert customer service and pricing that beats national club prices. Paul's TV offers free delivery, and can setup and recycle your old set. They offer custom installation that ties in your new equipment with your current home theater or audio components.

The Black Friday frenzy starts early at Paul's TV inside Art Van, with doors open at 6am until 10 pm. Visit www.artvan.com for details.

Paul's TV Black Friday Ad

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