Tracey Rouse was the winner of the Giant Stocking valued at $1,325. Rouse’s name was drawn at Boitanio Mall after the Black Friday Event. Rouse (left) received her stocking gifts from Boitanio Mall Manager, Jeanette Tuerlings.

Black Friday mall winner

Stocking worth $1,325 in merchandise won at Boitanio Mall

Tracey Rouse was the winner of the Giant Stocking valued at $1,325. Rouse’s name was drawn at Boitanio Mall after the Black Friday Event. Rouse (left) received her stocking gifts from Boitanio Mall Manager, Jeanette Tuerlings.

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