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Downtown businesses continue “Crazy Days” tradition

People shop outside of Toy Town Saturday for the "crazy days" sale.
People shop outside of Toy Town Saturday for the "crazy days" sale.(Will Thomas)
Published: Jul. 25, 2020 at 6:14 PM CDT
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CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - There have been plenty of crazy days during the pandemic, but for downtown Casper, “Crazy Days” are actually a good thing this week. Downtown businesses continued the tradition of sidewalk sales at the end of July.

“Nobody really knows how long it’s been going on. 45, 50 years, so people look forward to it in July every year, the downtown comes together and does this,” said Toy Town Owner, Dalene Lockhart.

Lockhart said it means a lot to be a part of the Casper community, and also to contribute to it. Downtown Casper was packed today with locals and tourists alike. Everywhere you looked, there was a sidewalk sale going on.

For one downtown business owner, she celebrated one year of her ownership Saturday and cannot thank the Casper community enough.

“It’s just been wonderful seeing the support that our community, with everything poured into downtown, they’re still coming, still being active on Facebook,” said Cadillac Cowgirl Owner, Calley Hobza.

Hobza said it’s been a crazy year for her and could not have done it without the community’s support.

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