TULSA, Oklahoma - The Best Buy at the Tulsa Hills shopping center reopened after flooding closed the store Tuesday.  Three days after nearly a foot of water flooded a car audio installation bay at Best Buy and other parts of the store, they are back open for business.

Many shoppers were excited to walk in the door,  including Brittney Adams and her husband who were out buying some last minute Christmas gifts for their kids.

General Manager Rodney Watson says they were able to get everything re-stocked and ready to go for the large crowds they'll be seeing this weekend.

The store was expected to be closed much longer but announced the reopening early Friday. Watson says the clean up process was supposed to take several weeks, but crews worked quickly to get the store open as soon as possible.