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Shoppers take advantage of tax holiday at Tyrone Square Mall

 Left: 8 year old Logan Maynard searches for a cut out while, middle, 4 year old Aerilyn Shutt gets assistance from style consultant Hanh Nguyen during the ABC of Style Back to School Saturdays event at Tyrone Square in St. Pete Saturday August 2, 2014. The event started with style tips from Hanh Nguyen, a performance from singer Mikel Soulhop, and a karate demo from Oh's Tae Kwon Do. Logan and Aerilyn parents came to Tyrone Square to start back to school shopping and to take advantage of the Florida's Tax Holiday, which started August 1st and will continue until the 3rd.

DEMETRIUS FREEMAN | Times

Left: 8 year old Logan Maynard searches for a cut out while, middle, 4 year old Aerilyn Shutt gets assistance from style consultant Hanh Nguyen during the ABC of Style Back to School Saturdays event at Tyrone Square in St. Pete Saturday August 2, 2014. The event started with style tips from Hanh Nguyen, a performance from singer Mikel Soulhop, and a karate demo from Oh's Tae Kwon Do. Logan and Aerilyn parents came to Tyrone Square to start back to school shopping and to take advantage of the Florida's Tax Holiday, which started August 1st and will continue until the 3rd.

DEMETRIUS FREEMAN | Times

Logan Maynard, 8, and Aerilyn Shutt, 4, work on their art projects and style consultant Hanh Nguyen helps Aerilyn during the ABC of Style Back to School Saturdays event at Tyrone Square Mall in St. Petersburg on Saturday. The event included a variety of activities, including a performance by singer Mikel Soulhop and a karate demo from Oh's Tae Kwon Do, as mall shoppers took advantage of Florida's Tax Holiday for back-to-school shopping. The tax holiday started on Friday and ends today.

Shoppers take advantage of tax holiday at Tyrone Square Mall 08/02/14 [Last modified: Saturday, August 2, 2014 10:40pm]
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