GRAND OPENING 

GRAND OPENING

Troy and Cynthia Graham, who recently opened It s Game Day, a regional collegiate gift-and-apparel shop in Sanderlin Place, did so with some urgency. According to a press release, Troy was quoted as saying, The September 11th terrorist attacks made one thing very clear to us; tomorrow may be too late. We really took a now-or-never approach to opening the store. And well they should. Everyone knows that after the apocalypse, the people or should we say the flesh-eating mutants who survive will be desperately searching for big foam fingers.

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