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Shoppers in pajamas get deals Thursday at Sunrise Sale in downtown St. Petersburg

SP_341413_SHAD_sunrisesale_03 (07/21/11 ST. PETE) Mia Sadler (cq), from St. Petersburg, who said she is in her 50's, sports her bunny slippers while shopping on Beach Drive NE during the annual Sunrise Sale and Pajama Party Thursday early morning in St.Petersburg. "I'm on my stay-cation," Sadler explained. The annual event officially kicked off at 6:43am. [DIRK SHADD, Times]

DIRK SHADD | Times

SP_341413_SHAD_sunrisesale_03 (07/21/11 ST. PETE) Mia Sadler (cq), from St. Petersburg, who said she is in her 50's, sports her bunny slippers while shopping on Beach Drive NE during the annual Sunrise Sale and Pajama Party Thursday early morning in St.Petersburg. "I'm on my stay-cation," Sadler explained. The annual event officially kicked off at 6:43am. [DIRK SHADD, Times]

You can even wear your pajamas and slippers for extra deals starting early Thursday in downtown St. Petersburg during the annual summer Sunrise Sale. Follow the trail of yellow flags and colorful balloons to participating locations. Shoppers can get started at the refreshing time of 6:43 a.m. — and still have plenty of time to get to work! The sales continue through 5 p.m., and the downtown Looper Trolley will provide free transportation to participating merchants from 7 to 10 a.m. Most businesses will be collecting pantry items and paper goods for the Ronald McDonald House.

Shoppers in pajamas get deals Thursday at Sunrise Sale in downtown St. Petersburg 07/14/14 [Last modified: Monday, July 14, 2014 10:15pm]
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