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Salmon Arm businesses stage "cash mob"

The city of Salmon Arm has hired a Kansas City company to redesign its website.

That decision doesn't rank high with some Salmon Arm Residents. They think the city should support local businesses.

To protest, a group of graphic designers is holding what it calls a "cash mob."

To understand more Daybreak host Chris Walker spoke with Salmon Arm's chief administrative officer, Carl Bannister, one of the "cash mob" organizers Kari Wilkinson, who owns Toliver Advertizing and Design, and Salmon Arm Mayor Nancy Cooper, who says city council will look at changing the way contracts are awarded in the future.
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