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Cyber Monday Expectations: Area Businesses Want You to Buy

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Tulsa businesses told Channel 8 Sunday they hope to see many shoppers hit the web this Cyber Monday.

"We are Tulsa's ski store," said Sun & Ski worker, Jesse Mole'. "We are the place people come for ski vacations. So, Cyber Monday for us is very, very big. A lot of Tulsa likes to travel."

Sun & Ski saw good Black Friday numbers, similar to last year's. That means workers hope Cyber Monday also proves lucrative.

In Sapulpa, business owner Debbie Vinyard, is offering several Cyber Monday deals too. She runs Happy First, a clothing and accessory company for women and children that benefits different charities.

"I'm an online business, so I want the online sales," said Vinyard. "It's just what the online businesses all do."

Several people told Channel 8 on our Facebook page that they plan to shop online Monday. A couple said they will not participate in the shopping frenzy.


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