Small Business Saturday
November 28, 2020
Small businesses remain the backbone of our economy and need our support more than ever. As independent retailers, mom-and-pop restaurants and other neighborhood stores continue to place special emphasis on customer safety, please remember to include them when completing your holiday shopping this year.
Held on the Saturday after each Thanksgiving, Small Business Saturday was created in 2010 as an annual event to encourage people to "Shop Small" and "Shop Local." In 2020, Small Business Saturday also calls on us to "Shop Safe." We can all do our part by ordering from small businesses online, wearing a mask when shopping in-store, and using curbside pickup and delivery options.
Together, let’s share the joy of the holiday season with our favorite and future favorite small businesses that brighten our local communities -- on Small Business Saturday and beyond!
Learn more by visiting https://www.sba.gov/saturday or by clicking on the button below.
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