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Survey: Midwest shoppers spent the least over Thanksgiving weekend

The report from the National Retail Federation says shopper spent an average of about $400 over the weekend. However, Midwest shoppers may simply be taking their time.
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The report from the National Retail Federation says shopper spent an average of about $400 over the weekend. However, Midwest shoppers may simply be taking their time.

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