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July 30, 2003

Albany- For stores that are opened 24-hours, sales tax savings begin Thursday. The tax holiday runs through Sunday.

Wednesday night, workers at Albany's Circuit City store were stocking the shelves with extra merchandise they know shoppers will be looking for. For the next four days, you can save sales tax on computers, monitors, palm pilots, and even calculators.

"We got a lot of new models that came out in July from our suppliers and we hurried to get those out so we have the newest technology available for people," said Dean Moore, the store director at Circuit City.

Circuit City will open at 7 in the morning tomorrow and will open early every day through Sunday.

posted at 9:45 p.m. by brannon.stewart@walb.com

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