‘Off To A Good Start’

Valley Retailers Hopeful As Holiday Shopping Season Gets Under Way

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Posted: November 27, 2013

Cindy Revercomb (left), of Dearfield, and her mother, Judith Knopp, of Churchville, look for holiday gifts at Crafty Hands in the Shops at Dayton Farmers Market on Friday. As the holiday shopping season gets under way, Frank Tamberrino, president of the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce, says local businesses are generally hopeful about consumer spending. (Photos by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Trisha Brown Leweke (center), seen through the window of a toy shop, looks over items at Landscapes in Miniature in the Shops at Dayton Farmers Market on Friday.
Zola’s employee Joyce Burkholder (left) wraps up a holiday gift purchased by Jill Merritt of Harrisonburg on Friday in the bazaar. Vendors at the Shops at Dayton Farmers Market are seeing more traffic earlier this year, said Zola Showalter, owner of Zola’s.
HARRISONBURG — Valley retailers have their fingers crossed as the holiday shopping season gets under way in a year where it’s anyone’s guess how much consumers are willing to spend.

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