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US Consumers Buy 20% of Their Valentine's Day Gifts Online

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Valentine's Day spending is highly skewed to a younger demographic of mostly men age 25 - 34, so not surprisingly 20% of that spending is predicted to be done online according to a [URL="http://mashable.com/2012/02/12/valentines-day-online/"]Mashable[/URL] article today.
"[COLOR=#474747]Consumers are expected to spend $17 billion on Valentineís Day gifts this year, roughly a fifth of which will be spent online.[/COLOR][COLOR=#474747]Thatís according to projections from the National Retail Federation and eMarketer, whose data is visualized in the infographic from [URL="http://www.monetate.com/"]Monetate[/URL]."[/COLOR]
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