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Opening Ceremony Keeps the Olympic Party Going

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The Olympic fever continues in Soho at Opening Ceremony as they round out their second day of celebration. A cart of limited edition goodies awaits just inside the store, where you can pick up a floaty keychain or "Last Place" ribbon along with $150 Nike Olympic trainers.

True to the open arms spirit of the Olympics, Opening Ceremony has been welcoming people to do more than just shop, but to play games, eat free food and (gasp!) interact with each other. Check out their schedule of events or just drop by anytime as they'll be open 24-hours until late tomorrow night.

Before you stumble home in the wee hours of tomorrow morning, you might want to check out the action at Opening Ceremony between 1-4am, when jewelry designer Philip Crangi hosts a ping-pong match in the store.
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