Last-minute shoppers scramble to buy gifts


By Gail Paschall
With just two days until Christmas, people in Central Florida are scrambling to get last minute gifts.
Bundles and bundles of bags could be seen everywhere at Central Florida’s malls on Friday.
Allen Willis, of the U.S. Army, is home for the holidays and stopped at the Mall at Millenia so his children could take pictures with Santa, but he’s also caught in the shopping frenzy.
“We went out to Tanger Outlets in Daytona on the way down. I’m stationed in Savannah so I did a couple of hours there, then we came here, went to Disney and went to Florida Mall.
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