Monday, December 31, 2012

Alcohol and Fireworks
Prices on milk could be skyrocketing, and the fiscal cliff may be looming, but that is not stopping people from spending cash to celebrate the new year. Sales figures are showing that people are buying fireworks and champagne for their New Year's festivities. Fireworks businesses also sell to those passing through the area while traveling. Stores that sell alcohol report a rise in the amount of Champagne they are selling. The adult beverage is used at New Year's for the traditional toast to ring in the new year. (CC)

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