Melinda and Mark Mickholtzick brought their twin 3-year-old sons Tyler and Bryce to see Santa at SouthPark Mall in 2013. After hearing “feedback” from customers, SouthPark mall reversed itself and announced Saturday it will include a traditional Christmas tree in its 2015 holiday display after all.
Melinda and Mark Mickholtzick brought their twin 3-year-old sons Tyler and Bryce to see Santa at SouthPark Mall in 2013. After hearing “feedback” from customers, SouthPark mall reversed itself and announced Saturday it will include a traditional Christmas tree in its 2015 holiday display after all. JOHN D. SIMMONS jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Melinda and Mark Mickholtzick brought their twin 3-year-old sons Tyler and Bryce to see Santa at SouthPark Mall in 2013. After hearing “feedback” from customers, SouthPark mall reversed itself and announced Saturday it will include a traditional Christmas tree in its 2015 holiday display after all. JOHN D. SIMMONS jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

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