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Holiday On Ice / Weather / Slow Holiday Shopping #633105

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 26, 2000
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(McLean, Virginia: Fred Francis) Sluggish post-holiday sales due to bad weather reported; details given of winter storms across the South; scenes shown of snow and ice. [CNBC chief meteorologist Joe WITTE - says this winter will be very cold.] [Truck driver Darrell POAGUE - says it is easy to end up in a ditch.] [Meteorologist Steve CARANO, National Weather Service Kevin McCARTHY - give a forecasts.] [Store EMPLOYEE - says bad weather has affected shopping.] [SHOPPER - says bargains are incredible.] [Bloomingdale's executive vice president of marketing Tony SPRING - says sales are low.]

Francis, Fred;
Williams, Brian

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