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  • American malls are becoming more fun
  • American malls are becoming more fun
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American malls are becoming more fun

In the age of the online shopper, the decline of the American mall seemed inevitable. But Destiny USA in Syracuse, New York, has found a solution. The shopping centre now houses entertainment offerings including glow-in-the-dark mini golf, immersive adventures and laser tag.

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