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November 29, 2014


I'm sure we've all noticed that the stores that sell souvenirs for tourists will have stuff bearing the name "Palm Springs" even in Desert Hot Springs. Well, take a look at what I found at Walgreen's today:
Desert Hot Springs hoody (2550)
They're marked $19.99 but ring up as $9.99 at the cash register. They were in only two colors: that sort of raspberry pink I bought (similar to that raspberry house on Cactus Drive) and fire engine bright yellow-green. That yellow-green color will make the wearer a little bit more visible in bad lighting, so if you know a chronic jaywalker, this might be a gift for them.

They are in men's adult sizes. I saw XXL, XL and L. I didn't dig through all of them, stopping when I found an XL. There is a limited supply and I don't see any reason why they wouldn't sell out of these pretty quickly. I mean, every City Council member is going to get at least one, right?

Made in Honduras and imported via Mexico.

Filed under Coachella Valley,Desert Hot Springs,Shopping | permalink | November 29, 2014 at 05:23 PM


One council member I know will get one if they still have XXL when I get there...to reply to your comment.

Posted by: Russell Betts at Nov 30, 2014 4:32:31 PM

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