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Post-Holiday Shoppers Hit the Stores

Story By: Lauren Artino

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/26/2013

The gifts have been opened and the holiday's are winding down. But many of us are headed back to the stores to shop some more!

Richland mall was full of shoppers Thursday night as the post-holiday shopping binge began. Whether they had gift cards to use up, or gifts that didn't fit their style or size, shoppers were out and on a mission.

Shirt Corral owner, Trudy Schmidt tells WMFD business has been good..

"Business has been pretty good here today, big crowds" As a shop owner for over twenty years, Trudy knows the ups and downs of the retail business. She remembers the winter storm last year, which shut down the mall at 7pm.

Luckily, the weather cooperated this year. Now, shoppers and businesses are happy.

   
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