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How much snow before sales go quite?

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Post How much snow before sales go quite?
Posted: Mon Mar 02, 2009 10:56 AM
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When I came to the store this morning at 7 AM it was just starting to snow. Schools reported 2 hour delays... By 9AM we had 3 inches of snow, schools then changed to being closed for the day. Now at 10AM we got about 5 inches of snow and it is now letting up, but things are now quite. We had 3 business deliveries for today but most things are probably going to enjoy a snow day off...

How are you doing Dustin, with a little snow in NC? Or how do others fare in this late winter storm, that is shutting down most things from Washington DC to Maine???

-Jerry


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