Sturgeon Bay business score on the first holiday shopping weekend

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By Terry Kovarik


The first holiday shopping weekend is one for the books according to downtown Sturgeon Bay businesses. The Sturgeon Bay Visitors Center says merchants reported customer traffic was far better than expected. Rob Paul, the owner of Shirts N Bay & More on Third Avenue, was marking his second Thanksgiving weekend in business. He says more people were just in the mood to shop last weekend.



Paul says he expects the momentum to continue as Christmas approaches.

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