THE DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING
 IN DOWNTOWN FORT WORTH

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Below we have a look at what some people believe is the most exciting downtown in Texas, the downtown that has other towns far and wide Green with Envy, at noon, on the day after Thanksgiving, the busiest shopping day of the year.

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Welcome to the Holidays signs are posted around Sundance Square, welcoming visitors to the "Most Exciting Downtown in Texas".

downtownfortworth.jpg (63615 bytes) Noon in Sundance Square on the busiest shopping day of the year in the most exciting downtown in Texas. It is not surprising to see no shoppers as there are few stores in downtown Fort Worth. No major department stores. No minor department stores.

downtownfortworth2.jpg (76906 bytes) Here we see one car and one person busy seeking excitement in downtown Fort Worth.
downtownfortworth4.jpg (97576 bytes) Downtown Fort Worth is nicely decorated for the holidays. Here we see some big red balls on a leafless tree with the refurbished Bank One building standing tall again, now known as the Tower.
Another deserted street at noon in the most exciting downtown in Texas on the busiest shopping day of the year. Later this day Sundance Square did attract a large number of people to witness the lighting of the Christmas tree and a parade. The tree blew down the next day, landing on top of a new Lexus. That would have been exciting to see.
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