GREEN BAY - Music lovers lined up Saturday for the chance to get their hands on some exclusive deals.
They were celebrating what's quickly becoming a worldwide holiday: Record Store Day.
Customers filled the Exclusive Company in Green Bay for the sixth annual event.
They sifted through the racks for their favorite artists, striking a deal with the day's special discounts.
People also had access to more than 300 Record Store Day exclusive albums, singles and CDs.
The store's manager says it's a day that's been gaining popularity.
"In the last year, year and half, there's been lots and lots of young people getting into vinyl - and actually, a lot older people getting back into vinyl," said Tom Smith.
The celebration also included a food drive for Paul's Pantry.
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