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Philly Premium Outlet Shoppers Brace The Snow

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Philadelphia Premium Outlets shoppers are  not bother at all by the snowflakes. The shoppers are out and the sales are coming in, despite the snowflakes falling down.

Trish Grube: "We're here for the sales and the bargains. The snow's not gonna stop us"

Meredith Gallo is wearing 3 to 4 layers just brace the cold.

Michele Hess: "We love it here...it's fun here...cold but it's fun."

Bundled up with bags in hands shoppers and even Santa Claus strolled through the outdoor mall and checked items off of their Christmas lists.

Keri Branch Director of Marketing:  "We have presalted we're gonna keep the walkways clear and stay open as long as possible we look forward to seeing shoppers here."

 Branche's planning was put to good use. The parking lot was packed by noon. Shoppers got an early start and kept the cash registers buzzing.

Ab Kahn "It just started snowing so we're gonna make the most of it before it really starts coming down."

Some shoppers say the snowflakes add to the experience and gives them the Christmas spirit.

Grace Grube: "For me Christmas is all about having a white Christmas and the snow reminds us to keep the holiday season."

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