Clevelanders turn out to support vendors affected by fire.
(Cleveland) - Shoppers came out in force at the West Side Market, on the first Saturday since the landmark reopened.
A fire shut down the Market for three weeks, and there was word a cash-mob was organized for today, with hundreds invading the legendary food store to spend lots of money in support of vendors there.
The parking lot filled up early, with shoppers coming from as far away as Akron to spend money. Inside, it was elbow-to-elbow as people made their way from stand-to-stand.
Terry Leu, owner of Rolston Poultry.
Terry Leu, owner of Rolston Poultry says it's been a very busy day with many customers telling him to "keep the change" after making purchases.
Leu says it's great to be back in business, and to have so much support from the community.
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