Flea market proves perfect place for many to find holiday gifts in North Central Florida
The holiday season is underway and with Christmas around the corner, many people are scrambling to find the perfect gift for their friends and loved ones.
Malls and department stores all around the country are packed full of people searching for presents, but WUFT-FM’s Clint Holzapfel found you can avoid the mall and still get shopping done.
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