CASPER, Wyo. — Crazy Days is an annual downtown Casper sales event that has been going on for as long as just about anyone can remember. Kyleen Stevenson, the owner of Fashion Crossroads, said that when her mother Dawn bought the store 45 years ago the Crazy Days weekend sales event was already a regular occurrence.
Since its humble beginnings it has become one of the most popular downtown events all year. Crazy Days takes place July 24-25 from 8:00am-6:00pm. Downtown Casper merchants will have their sales merchandise on the sidewalk heavily discounted and ready to sell, and downtown restaurants get into the fun too with a wide range of food specials.
The Downtown Casper Business Association, the organizers of the event, remind people to bring your sun screen, a hat and sunglasses, and get ready to save! Hours vary by store so check with your favorite shops for more info. Below is a list of some of the expected specials you’ll find:
- Fashion Crossroads
Treska earrings and bracelets $3.99, selected summer 60% off, selected dresses 50% off, Charlie B and Multiples samples 40 % off
- FC Outlet
Jogging sets $9.99, selected tanks and tops $3.99, selected summer $11.99, jewelry grab bags $3.99, Foster Grant readers $5.99
- Cadillac Cowgirl
Celebrating 1 year of NEW ownership. Discounts up to 75%. Spinning wheel for gifts. Raffle Basket.
- Toy Town
Outside specials up to 80% off, all stuffed animals 50% off, Wooden train sets 25% off.
- GEAR UP
BOGO 1/2 off all socks, hats, and accessories. Spin wheel for discounts of 5% to 25% off. Raffle for a free pair of Chaco’s Sandals.
- Tails of the City
All sizes of bags of Nature Logic dog and cat food $10 off, 15% off all toys and treats, extra 15% off all clearance.
- Galleria of Gifts
10% off all of the store, with some savings to 50%. All Prices negotiable Raffle for WillowTree Figure signed by Susan Lord.
- Rialto Soda Fountain
Slice of Pizza $3.07
- Merry Peddler
Clearance corner up to 75% off.
- Lou Tauberts Ranch Outfitters
Savings up to 50% off select merchandise.
|PAID FOR BY DOWNTOWN CASPER BUSINESS ASSOCIATION|
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