Lucille Nicholson, a secretary at Liberty Tax Service, waves to passing motorists Tuesday outside the business at 1370 W. Raleigh Blvd. The accounting firm uses workers dressed as the Statue of Liberty to draw in customers. 'A lot of people come in and say they stopped because the waving caught their eye. It is a good promotion tool,' Nicholson said.
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Lucille Nicholson, a secretary at Liberty Tax Service, waves to passing motorists Tuesday outside the business at 1370 W. Raleigh Blvd. The accounting firm uses workers dressed as the Statue of Liberty to draw in customers. 'A lot of people come in and say they stopped because the waving caught their eye. It is a good promotion tool,' Nicholson said.

Costumed mascots build fervor for causes

By Tyler Kes
Staff Writer

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Within this country, there exists a group of masked individuals who show up at large gatherings of people wearing colorful costumes.

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