December snow could help close tough retail year in Durango

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December snow could help close tough retail year in Durango

Main Avenue stores say holiday spending off to strong start
Tiffany Seely, co-owner of Kids Rock, 563 Main Ave., said the shop noticed an increase in foot traffic when the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad returned to service after daily runs to Silverton had been canceled by the 416 Fire and subsequent flooding.
Eric Dixon, general manager at Pine Needle Mountaineering, 835 Main Ave., says the early snow this year was especially helpful to his shop, which includes ski wear and gear.

December snow could help close tough retail year in Durango

Tiffany Seely, co-owner of Kids Rock, 563 Main Ave., said the shop noticed an increase in foot traffic when the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad returned to service after daily runs to Silverton had been canceled by the 416 Fire and subsequent flooding.
Eric Dixon, general manager at Pine Needle Mountaineering, 835 Main Ave., says the early snow this year was especially helpful to his shop, which includes ski wear and gear.
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