The second day of the Last Fling got off to a rainy start, while that didn’t stop some families from entering the gates at open, business were having a hard time.
Lance Anderson, co – owner of “Shave Ice” was feeling the pain, as he tried selling his ice cream meets snow cone creations.
“Its not good, not good. It’s been a little colder out and now with the rain people don’t necessarily want ice,” said Anderson.
However Anderson remains optimistic about the out come.
“I feel we are going to get a lot of good sun coming through and its going to be awesome,” he said.
Business weren’t the only ones hurting, many early events were cancelled, and the Jaycees have also seen a drop in numbers due to weather.
They are hoping tonight’s Goo Goo Dolls concert will make up for the time the event was closed.
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