First there was Black Friday, then Cyber Monday. The Saturday after Thanksgiving in 2010 was the first ever Small Business Saturday. Small Business Saturday is a day to celebrate the Shop Small movement to drive shoppers to local merchants across the US.
The 3rd Annual Small Business Saturday is coming up on Saturday, November 24. While you’re out on the official first holiday shopping weekend of the season, Small Business Saturday would like you to shop local and shop small. Do your part to stir the economy, help local businesses and be green!READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Is Another Relief Payment Coming Soon?
According to the Small Business Saturday website, there are many supporters of Small Business Saturday, including the city of Kirkland, WA and Mill Creek, WA.READ MORE: Child Tax Credit: October Payments Hitting Parents' Bank Accounts
Your small business can also become a part of the Small Business Saturday movement. Visit http://www.shopsmall.com to find out if you qualify for free online advertising! Ad inventory is limited. Eligibility, terms and restrictions apply.MORE NEWS: Child Tax Credit: When Will Your October Payment Show Up?
Click HERE to where you can shop on Small Business Saturday near you!