Georgia kicks off their sales tax holiday by hitting the stores.
Today and tomorrow there's no sales tax on school supplies, clothes and computers.
Dee’s Boo-teke Owner, Delores Bryant says when people know there's no sales tax, they're more likely to come shop.
Bryant says she's expecting a lot of foot traffic Saturday.
"It's great. It brings more people to the store to shop.
I think everyone's looking for a bargain to get, especially now since school just started back," Bryant said.
She says it’s great to shop local because you’re helping the community and leave with something unique.
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