Dec 24, 2015 5:08 PM
NASHUA - The warm weather and lack of snow didn't damper any spirits, as thousands descended upon the Pheasant Lane Mall for their last minute shopping on Christmas Eve.
The parking lots were full, with a police detail helping to move traffic along. Once inside, it was smooth sailing for shoppers as they looked to finish, or in some cases start their Christmas shopping.
Raymond Pratt of Hollis says he had no idea what he was looking for, but knew he could get it all done.
"I'm used to it, it's pretty much my yearly routine so I'll make it happen. I'm good at working in crunch time, so we'll make it work," Pratt said.
There were some families, but most of the last minute shoppers NH1 News spoke with were men, many looking for something for the Mrs.
The longest, and possibly only line in the building was the one to see Santa Claus.
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