Black Friday Frenzy Descends On Congress Street In Rumford When Out-Of-State Car Drives By And Thinks About Stopping

Black Friday in Rumford Maine, MaineRUMFORD — Congress Street was nearly barren of parked cars and traffic for most of the day on Friday. The municipal office was closed for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, but the post office and banks were open. “It’s a quiet little town today,” Nina Langervin, a sales clerk at Carlisle’s Apparel and Footwear at 92 Congress St., said. She said business was “kind of quiet and steady,” but picks up later in the day when people return from Black Friday shopping in the bigger cities. “Usually, around 2 o’clock when they head back from the city is when we get it,” she said. (read more at Lewiston Sun Journal)

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