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  • Not On The High Street builds Xmas support for small biz
  • Not On The High Street builds Xmas support for small biz
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Not On The High Street builds Xmas support for small biz

Many people like the idea of shopping from small businesses, but in reality, the convenience of big brands can be hard to resist. Not On The High Street's Christmas ad celebrates the power of small things during the festive season to get people supporting small companies with their Christmas shopping.

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