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MERCHANTS, From Previous Page
business in his shop is up over last year. He said
that in addition to events the Cedar Springs Mer-
chants Association has planned, his store will dec-
orate for Texas-OU weekend and will do a tent
sale once a month.
"Overall, business is good," he said.
Union Jack Manager Kim Johnson reported a
similar boost in business over the Pride weekend.
"It was one of the best we've had in a long time."
Matthew Evans, the store's newest employee,
said it was the busiest weekend he's seen.
Johnson said that rather than special promo-
tions, he's relying on new lines of jackets, shoes,
accessories and "the works" that are scheduled to
arrive for the fall.
One that hit the store recently is a line of Pan
Am logo wallets, bags and related merchandise.
The items are tied to the premiere of a new TV
show about the airline set in the 1960s, and John-
son said sales of those items are especially strong.
Johnson also suggested that new stores open-
ing on the street will help keep shoppers on Cedar
Ahair caresupply store is set to open in the old
Shades of Gray space behind Hunky's. And
across from there, construction is close to com-
plete on the new Thai-rrific restaurant that should
open in October.
However, a coffee shop that had begun con-
struction in the jspace between Thai-rrific and
Macho Nacho abandoned its lease because of per-
mit issues related to parking.
Events drive traffic to the gay strip, and CSMA
announced a fall schedule of events through
On Oct. 29, Cedar Springs Road will be closed
to traffic for the annual Halloween street party,
which, Whittall said, is traditionally one of the
biggest times for sales along the street.
He said the best time to shop is after the street
closes around 4 p.m.
The next sidewalk sale and mini art show is
scheduled for Saturday Nov. 19, with artists
showing their work along the strip in conjunction
with sales by many of the merchants. A lineup of
local vendors in booths is planned as well.
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"That event kicks off the Christmas season on
Cedar Springs," Whittall said.
Two events are scheduled for the first week in
On Dec. 2, a holiday dinner theater at the Rose
Room will benefit the Cedar Springs Beautifica-
tion Project. Whittall said the lineup should be an-
On Dec. 7, the DFW Sisters will light the Christ-
mas tree on the patio of TMC: The Mining Com-
pany at 7 p.m. Whittall said they plan to have a
bigger tree this year. And he hoped to have an an-
nouncement soon about additional lighting.
The Oak Lawn Band is slated to perform. The
lighting will be followed by a cider and wine
stroll. Sexy Santa will be on the street handing out
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