How Malls Are Trying to Lure Customers Away From Online Shopping

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Malls across America are turning to immersive experiences to lure customers away from online shopping. 

The Cherry Hill Mall outside Philadelphia has a seasonal "Christmas Story" exhibit, which includes a replica of the house from the classic movie featuring the iconic leg lamp.

At Glendale Galleria in Los Angeles, shoppers can experience a virtual reality ride courtesy of The Void. Thrill seekers buckle up, put on helmets and enter a new dimension. 

Over in Dallas, the mall offers ice skating year-round at the Galleria, and in Syracuse, New York, the Destiny USA mall features the world's largest suspended indoor ropes course. 

Check out the video above to see more of what malls around the U.S. have to offer. 


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