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Cash mob 'invades' Northport business

Forty-five people gathered at Main Street Cafe in

Forty-five people gathered at Main Street Cafe in Northport for the village's first cash mob at Artisan House on Main Street to stimulate local business by buying items worth $20 or more in less than an hour. (Oct. 2, 2012) Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Forty-five people gathered at Main Street Cafe in Northport for the village's first cash mob at Artisan House on Main Street. To stimulate the local business, each person bought at least $20 of merchandise in less than an hour.

Debi Triola, 55, vice president of the Northport
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Debi Triola, 55, vice president of the Northport Chamber of Commerce, and her husband Harry, 62, were among the 45 people who gathered at Main Street Cafe in Northport for the village's first cash mob at Artisan House. (Oct. 2, 2012)

Dorothy Walsh was among the 45 people to
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Dorothy Walsh was among the 45 people to gather at Main Street Cafe in Northport for the village's first cash mob at Artisan House on Main Street to stimulate local business by buying items worth $20 or more in less than an hour. (Oct. 2, 2012)

Renae Gouldson, 34, of Northport, and her mother
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Renae Gouldson, 34, of Northport, and her mother Sue were among the 45 people who gathered at Main Street Cafe in Northport for the village's first cash mob at Artisan House on Main Street. (Oct. 2, 2012)

Forty-five people gathered at Main Street Cafe in
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Forty-five people gathered at Main Street Cafe in Northport for the village's first cash mob at Artisan House on Main Street to stimulate local business by buying items worth $20 or more in less than an hour. (Oct. 2, 2012)

Chris Triolo, 38, of Northport was among the
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Chris Triolo, 38, of Northport was among the 45 people to gather at Main Street Cafe in Northport for the village's first cash mob at Artisan House on Main Street to stimulate local business by buying items worth $20 or more in less than an hour. (Oct. 2, 2012)

Forty-five people gathered at Main Street Cafe in
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Forty-five people gathered at Main Street Cafe in Northport for the village's first cash mob at Artisan House on Main Street to stimulate local business by buying items worth $20 or more in less than an hour. (Oct. 2, 2012)

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