More than 20 billion dollars are expected to be spent on Valentine’s Day gifts or celebrations this year. According to the National Retail Federation, 2019 spending is projected to be higher than last year, despite the fact that only 51 percent of Americans celebrate the holiday.
Whether you want to spread the love at the office with gifts for your co-workers, or you’re trying to figure out what to give your significant other, Etiquette Expert Karen Thomas can help.
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On Valentine’s Day, shoppers are expected to spend more than $27 billion, averaging out to a little over $196 a person.
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A West Haven Justice of the Peace reached out to News8 when someone claiming to want a Valentine’s wedding tied to scam him out of more than $2,000.
CROMWELL, Conn. (WTNH) — Online dating and social media make it even easier to be scammed — especially on Valentine’s Day. “Last year, the FTC actually reported consumers lost over $2 million to romance scams alone,” said Luke Frey, Better Business Bureau (BBB) Communications. And that number is 40% up from 2018. The BBB offered […]
For 12 years, love has been in the air in the Meeting House Chapel at Olde Mistick Village on Valentine’s Day.
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