Shop our local businesses first

Danny Woods
November 23, 2017

Small Business Saturday will once again take place November 25 - the Saturday after Thanksgiving and since its start in 2010, shoppers across the country have reportedly spent billions on the day. These organizations also conduct training events throughout the district. "So, shopping local and supporting local businesses helps our community".

Hull, whose name has become synonymous with high-quality, highly customizable drones for all types of uses in the Valley, said most of his sales during the holidays shopping season are for entry-level remote control cars and trucks and drones. Small businesses play a key role in helping Coral Springs thrive.

"These little guys, they just can't compete with the big retailers for Black Friday", said Vitella Barnes, Executive Assistant with the PACC.

Small Business Saturday has an effect on local economies.

Vermont Business Magazine Many small businesses throughout Vermont will be participating in the eighth annual Small Business Saturday two days after Thanksgiving. A proprietor knows his or her inventory, and they are likely to be at the shop if you have any questions or follow-up requests.

"Jim Justman of Antigo Country Store agrees.Shopping locally connects you to the community in a completely different way from a big box or big commercial store", Kelly Keyser-Millar, owner of Mortar and Pestle in Antigo, said. No matter what you choose, you'll be enjoying this time with some loved ones.

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When purchasing a gift for someone, it's always smart to ask for a gift receipt. "It was also an occasion to recognize the importance of small business and their vital contributions to the economy, job creation and local communities".

After a tasty hot dog and craft beer, we're going to hit up more west Wilson businesses before heading downtown where Krueger's Candies is offering a free half-pound of taffy with purchases of $20 or more as well as taking orders for stockings filled with sweets made by hand in the Nash Street location. Eli's Provisions owner Heather Von Preysing said she's seen a bump in business already this month.

"The community is the backbone of my business and means everything to me in providing feedback on new menu items and drinks to the promotion of local sports and activities". "Most customers accept what they get because of the hassle of sending something back when you ordered it online".

The BBB is asking people to take a selfie at their favorite small business.

The day began in 2010 and across the country an estimated 112 million customers shopped local on that day a year ago.

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