Small Business Saturday

Small Businesses have always been an important roll in what defines us in America as living in a land of opportunity. A willingness and determination to where anyone can work hard to build a prosperous business that they can call their own.

As the Holiday shopping craze of Black Friday and Cyber Monday started to evolve into what has now become the highest grossing weekend in retail sales for most corporate businesses, Small Business Saturday was introduced to the public in 2010 as a way to encourage holiday shoppers to patronize brick and mortar businesses in their community that are small and local the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Local businesses play a very important roll to the foundation of a community in which they thrive on.

In the midst of all of the holiday shopping you are doing this weekend, take a moment to stop into one of the local retailers in your community, and show them your support.