Miller stayed open Tuesday, but he said these last two storms have really limited the amount of customers.
"They don't spend any time in Hannibal. If they're traveling through they'll stop in good weather but in the snow storms, they either bypass Hannibal and don't come in at all so yeah it does hurt us," he said.
Because of the storm, you could see closed signs up and down Main Street, but Michael Polster kept his doors open. He owns the Badger Cheese House. He knew it wouldn't be a busy day, but he stayed open so people have a chance to come in.
"There are people wandering around, so sometimes the people shoveling the snow downtown and everything like that, they want some place warm to come in to have a soda. I currently have someone in right now and we're just cutting cheese and crackers and stuff like that," Polster said.
Ralls County Clock Company owner Dave Miller said he still had some customers come in Tuesday despite the storm.
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