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There's an Hour Wait to Get into the Opening Ceremony Sale

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About 50 people were waiting on line for the opening day of Opening Ceremony's bi-annual sample sale when stopped by for a peek around 1:30 this afternoon. The line spanned half a block down Wooster starting near Spring. A bouncer was letting people trickle in through the door in small groups. He told us the wait has been anywhere from one to three hours, but customers at the front were saying they had been there for about an hour. We saw quite a few people leaving with shoe boxes so we recommend stopping by on your way home from work to check it out.—Danielle Desmond
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