Man camps out for Black Friday 33 days early

Kevin Sutton also raises awareness of homelessness

A man camping outside an Orlando store 33 days before Black Friday plans to be the first to grab a deal on a new TV while raising awareness of homelessness.

[PHOTOS: Man camps out at Best Buy 33 days before Black Friday]

Kevin Sutton started living in a tent on Sunday at the Best Buy located near the Florida Mall.

Sutton told News 6 that he wants to purchase a new television, but also wants to raise awareness of 13,000 homeless children in Central Florida.

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Sutton, who hosts a radio show for The Game in Orlando, said he's accepting donations, gifts, toys and money, which will be given to the Love Pantry.

Sutton, who stayed at the store for 15 days last year, said he won't leave his site until Black Friday and will live only on food and water that's provided to him through donations.

He has access to the restroom inside Best Buy during business hours.

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In addition, Sutton said he's attempting to break a record, set by two women in California who camped out for 22 days last year.