Crystal McKinnon looks at stocking stuffers with Roberta Cameron at Roberta’s Tanning. (Shelley Westwood/Revelstoke Review)

Revelstokians shop the deals during Moonlight Madness

Rainy weather doesn’t dampen sales Friday night

Revelstokians shopped the deals during Moonlight Madness. The local sale, featuring local merchants, mirrors Black Friday.

Publisher Shelley Westwood went out to capture some of the scenes at local stores around Revelstoke.

 

David Lafreniere, Revelstoke Family Pharmacy, helps Janet Deforge with some advice on keeping her family healthy this winter. (Shelley Westwood/Revelstoke Review)

Jett and dad Kirk Lewis looks at savings at Revy Outdoors. (Shelley Westwood/Revelstoke Review)

Olivier Ouellette (centre) helps Alexis Morin and Catherine Marceau at Free Spirit Sports. (Shelley Westwood/Revelstoke Review)

Nicole Cherlet with Liane Dorrius at Big Mountain Kitchen and Linen. (Shelley Westwood/Revelstoke Review)

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