31 July 2008
Students, parents hit stores to find affordable gear just ahead of tax holiday

The Post and Courier
Eighteen-year-old Jessica Wilson and her younger sister Jennifer, hit Citadel Mall with shopping fever, ready to score.

Three hours later they were headed out, each lugging a handful of shopping bags loaded with $5 jackets, $2 tank-tops and low-priced jeans.

The Wilson sisters and a friend, visiting from Dandridge, Tenn., said high gas prices and a weak economy forced them to find ways to cut costs, including sharing a trip to the mall.
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