Small Business Saturday 2010
First there was Black Friday, then Cyber Monday. This year, November 27th is the first ever Small Business Saturday, a day to support the local businesses that create jobs, boost the economy and preserve neighborhoods around the country. Small Business Saturday is a national movement to drive shoppers to local merchants across the U.S.
More than a dozen advocacy, public and private organizations have already joined American Express OPEN, the company’s small business unit, in declaring the Saturday after Thanksgiving as Small Business Saturday.
Would you like to make a positive impact on small businesses that supply your community and your special needs (such as homeschooling)? Small Business Saturday is a great way for you to support local, grass-roots, entrepreneurial, and mom-and-pop companies. Americans love “big box” stores, but it’s important to support small businesses. We can’t survive without you!
Why Support Small Businesses?
- Small businesses are our nation’s economic heart and soul. Supporting us keeps us alive and thriving.
- In this “big box” world, it’s refreshing to patronize one-of-a-kind businesses and small companies with character.
- Small businesses such as Writeshop are often birthed out of a need. Entrepreneurship allows us to be innovative, inventive, and creative.
- Small businesses develop and choose products based on the needs of their niche customers, thus providing you with a wide array of product choices.
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