Small Business Saturday
It’s Small Business Saturday, and Gov. Maggie Hassan is encouraging New Hampshire residents to shop at local stores this holiday season.
Be sure to check out this year’s small business saturday at your local bookstores.
Massachusetts mom-and-pop shop owners are urging consumers to do their holiday shopping at local businesses a day after big box retailers and online vendors cornered the Black Friday market.
Boston city officials have offered two hours of free metered parking to encourage people to shop at local businesses during Small Business Saturday.
The New Hampshire Division of Economic Development is encouraging residents to shop at smaller stores in support of local businesses for its Small Business Saturday promotion.
The head of the U.S. Small Business Administration is coming to Massachusetts to promote the Small Business Saturday, which encourages people to shop at small businesses on the day after Black Friday.
“Small Business Saturday” is a movement started by American Express to help local shops after Black Friday.
It’s partly an answer to big box retailers promoting “Black Friday” the day after Thanksgiving. Now “Small Business Saturday” is being proclaimed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Small Business Saturday is a national movement to encourage shoppers to head to locally owned stores for all those holiday gifts.