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Frigid Temps Don't Damper SF Crazy Days

January 21, 2012, 6:10 PM by Andy Graning

Frigid Temps Don't Damper SF Crazy Days
SIOUX FALLS, SD - The frigid, snowy weather didn't slow down shoppers enjoying Winter Crazy Days in downtown Sioux Falls.

Strong winds whipped through downtown streets, but it didn't cool down the sales local stores used to entice shoppers during the semi-annual event. The owner of Child's Play Toys says they've stayed pretty busy despite the weather.

“Our winter one depends solely on weather, but we still have had lots of people out and about shopping yesterday and today. I think that is great news that people are still coming down in this crazy weather,” Nancy Savage of Child’s Play Toys said.

Crazy Days continues through tomorrow for many downtown stores.

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