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Retailers think outside the box during pandemic

CBS News Saturday, 21 November 2020 ()
Rising cases of COVID-19 have taken the shine off of in-person shopping, and uncertain times have forced gift-givers to be more tight-fisted. Correspondent Meg Oliver reports on the challenges stores face in what was already a tough environment, as retailers try to attract shoppers who may not want to go into stores, or click on anything short of a great deal.
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