'Tis the Season to Love
Our Small Businesses!
Small Business Saturday
Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020
Small Business Saturday is all about the #LOVE! It is a chance to support your favorite small shop and pick out the perfect holiday gifts for friends and family!
This year kick off your holiday shopping on November 28, while helping local businesses thrive, it doesn't get much better than that!
Participating business welcome you with something special to make your holiday shopping memorable: christmas cookies, holiday music, the perfect price on a must have gift, and much more!
Play Our Shop Small Bingo!
Support our downtown Small Businesses all holiday season long with our Shop Small Bingo! Four easy steps to play and enter a drawing for a $100 Gift Basket.
1. Pick up the Bingo Card at the Little Library in Court Square or download and print from here.
2. Support a downtown Small Business or Organization in one of the many ways described on the bingo card from Nov 23rd — Dec 23th and color in the tile as you go.
3. When you get a bingo - vertically, horizontally, diagonally - fill in the back of the Bingo Card with the dates and biz supported.
4. Add your contact info and drop off your bingo card at the Little Library in Court Square or email a picture to firstname.lastname@example.org by Dec 23rd, 2020 to be entered in a drawing for $100 Gift Basket.
Gift Basket drawing winner announced on Wed., Dec 24th 2020
Support Small From Home!
2020 is a funny year. Our downtown businesses have online and pick up options to help you stay safe this holiday season. Call your favorite business to learn how you can support them from afar!
Also, show your support via social media by liking a post, leaving a comment, writing a review and tell a friend about your favorite business! They need our help to spread their reach to new customers.
Why do we love our
Consider the facts!
For every dollar spent at a small business, 75 cents stays and circulates in the local economy. This compares to just 15 cents at a big box store or 5 cents for transactions on Amazon.com.
Customer service in our small businesses is more personal, knowledgeable, and hands on.
Small business owners tend to "give back" more to their community either through sponsorships, in kind contributions, volunteerism, or public service.
Here are more benefits to supporting our small shops and our local economy!