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Still Time to Grab Your New Years Fire Works

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ARDMORE, OK-   You still have time to stock up on your fire works if you're not too far from the Ardmore area.

The sales team at the Fireworks Warehouse in Ardmore says that although weather has slowed their traffic down, their doors will still be open until midnight.

The warehouse is stocked full of fireworks of all types and sizes. Shoppers say they're ready to bring in new years with a bang so they need their fireworks.

The Fireworks Warehouse is running a few specials deals that should help you as you stock up. The Fireworks Warehouse is located off of i-35 and exit 24 in Ardmore.

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