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Best Gift Shop: Sweet Dream Confections

Location: Fargo

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Sweet Dream Confections has been named Best Gift Shop in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel to win?

“We are humbled and grateful for the support of our community both near and far,” Owner Lee Paseka said. “It is because of our sweet customers that we are able to live our mission to spread sweetness and smiles. To win this award being a locally owned and family-run business means the world to us and we cannot thank our supporters enough.”

What makes your team the best? Why do employees choose you?

“Family, fun, and laughter,” Paseka said. “We treat everyone like family and always have fun. One of the best parts of coming to work is that it doesn't feel like work and our customers are like family.”

  • Second place: Unglued
  • Third place: Baker Garden & Gift
  • Fourth place: Vintage Point LLP
  • Fifth place: Simply Swag

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