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Small Business Saturday

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If you shop big on Black Friday, today is your chance to shop small and support local businesses.

LOT 20-29 is among the shops in downtown Bismarck that is offering their own door buster deals for the holidays.

Small Business Saturday is the biggest day of the year for many boutiques.

LOT 20-29 owner, Madonna Wald and Frenchy, donning her own little dress are excited to see some friendly faces.

"Love seeing the customers. People that come in normally through the week and things like that and they come in, they've got a smile on their face and it's so nice to see that and it's fun for us to offer, you know, really nice products at good prices just kind of as a thank you for, you know, the whole year that they've come in to us," says Madonna Wald, Owner, LOT 2029.

LOT 20-29 is open until six o'clock tonight.

They open up again on Wednesday.

For more information on store deals and hours in downtown Bismarck you can visit www.downtownbismarck.com.

 

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