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Santas Fill Downtown Bars for Good Cause
Updated: Monday, December 16 2013, 04:54 PM EST
CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- Santa flooded downtown bars and restaurants Saturday for a good cause.
The annual Santacon Pub Crawl started around noon Saturday and went late into the night.
Hundreds dressed in Santa suits hit a number of spots.
The money raised from the event went to The Cure Starts Now which fights childhood cancers.