Record snow further slows February for D.C. merchants

02/10/2010 | Washington Post, The

Retailers in Washington, D.C., were just digging out from a two-year economic downturn when Mother Nature added insult to injury. A record snowfall over the weekend forced many to close and collectively cost several hundred million in lost sales, according to one estimate. Still, the lost sales may be recovered -- history shows they'll likely be made up during the next several months, says Stephen S. Fuller, director of the Center for Regional Analysis at George Mason University.

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