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Kittsona: Cyber Monday can benefit area businesses, consumers

GRAND FORKS -- Local businesses were buzzing with business on Cyber Monday. Kittsona has held a Cyber Monday sale ever since they launched their website five years ago. WDAY News swung by the store Cyber Monday and Kittsona shared why they believ...

GRAND FORKS - Local businesses were buzzing with business on Cyber Monday.

Kittsona has held a Cyber Monday sale ever since they launched their website five years ago.

WDAY News swung by the store Cyber Monday and Kittsona shared why they believe the day benefits local businesses and area consumers.

"A lot of people like to shop in their PJs, you know, shopping from the comfort of your home makes it ten times easier," Kittsona shift lead Kendra Finckbone said. "It's nice because all of our deals that we had going on for Black Friday and for Small Business Saturday, we also follow them through for Monday. So everyone's getting the same great deals that they got this weekend, but they're getting them online too."

Some of Kittsona's Cyber Monday deals included free shipping and 75 percent off sale items.

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