Huge 'cash mob' turnout remembers victim of Vegas crash

MAPLE VALLEY, Wash. - A local woman killed in a fiery crash on the Las Vegas strip was remembered this week at the place she poured her heart into.

It looked like a store jammed with bargain hunters - but these shoppers weren't just here to get something. They wanted to give.

The Dazzle Dame boutique shop in Maple Valley was filled to capacity thanks to a "cash mob" that will help her dream live on.

Friends and neighbors came to honor Sandi Sutton, who was one of three people killed last month after a shooting in Las Vegas triggered a fiery crash along the strip.
Sandi Sutton Sandi was a co-owner of Dazzle Dame and a huge supporter of small businesses in the Maple Valley.

"She was such an advocate for 'shop local,'" says Kristin Habenicht.

Even though she only met Sandi once, Tamara Roche helped put together the social media event.

"And I just thought, 'What can I do for this town and for Sandi to just brighten everybody's spirits?'" says Roche.

The Dazzle Dame boutique was Sandi's passion and a place to make friends.

"Oh golly, everybody knew Sandi," says her friend Pam McCain. "Everybody feels for the fact that a mother is no longer with us, and all of us are moms, and all of us loved her."

Leih Mulvihill, Sandi's business partner, was overwhelmed.

"It does feel very nice - I like being busy," she says. "I'm happy to see the support of the community here today."

All of her friends say Sandi would have been touched by the huge turnout.