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Every year there’s a lot of talk about how commercial and consumer-oriented Valentine’s Day is. It is true that many of the traditions surrounding Valentine’s Day and similar holidays worldwide are directly linked to consumer industries scheming up ways to build business. And it’s clear from the US spending statistics that silly as some people may find it, Valentine’s Day is no laughing matter when it comes to the flower and candy industries. However, it’s interesting to see different ways this looks across the globe, and to explore some of the deeper legend and history behind it.
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How much are people spending on flowers, candy, greeting cards and sparkly baubles? What should you buy for your Valentine this year? And what’s going on with Virginia Beach? Pre-order a bouquet, chill a bottle of champers and start building your candy stash. VDay is on its way.
Via H&R Block