Victoria resident Abel Conchola ventured out with his family Saturday to get them ready to go back to school.
He also wanted to take advantaged of tax-free weekend.
He was buying them a little bit of everything, but with six kids, he was mostly focused on clothes.
As someone who works in the oilfield, tax-free weekend makes shopping for his children much easier, Conchola, 36, said.
“I get them everything, besides me,” he said noting his work schedule.
Conchola was looking at some sunglasses, but ultimately decided to focus on his family Saturday afternoon instead.
“It’s like a mini-black Friday,” Lids assistant manager Priya Wilson said. “This is the most ridiculous it has been in a while.”
Ordinarily, foot traffic in the mall is much lighter and