SNEWS® Live: Outdoor Retailer Summer Market attendees share their parting words at Salt Lake City airport

Code-red security precautions at Salt Lake City airport failed to dampen the spirits of Outdoor Retailer Summer Market attendees on their way home. A few shared their parting thoughts with SNEWS®.
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SNEWS® Live -- Even as the 2006 Outdoor Retailer Summer Market wound down to a close, our Outdoor Voice reporters continued gathering sound. We chatted with several show attendees as they waited at the Salt Lake City airport for their flights home. James Mills has this story.

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