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Christmas Crawl

For the first time ever Downtown Wichita Falls Development kicked off the downtown Christmas Crawl.

The holiday season was in full swing Thursday evening. Downtown Wichita Falls where shoppers and retailers got into the Christmas spirit.
 
25 retailers and restaurants opened through out downtown and 14 different local musical acts performed. All in efforts to help boost the local economy.

Downtown Development said Christmas Crawl was established to bring more life and traffic flow on that side of town, and for residents to support their local businesses.

Wichita Falls Downtown Development encourages everyone to help bring some light to the area and enjoy unique Christmas shopping downtown throughout the year.

 

Natalie Garcia,   Newschannel 6

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