Shoppers Break Away From Big Box Stores On Small Business SaturdayWhen it comes to shopping in Denver, bigger isn’t always better. Just ask Mayor Michael Hancock.
Small Business Saturday Helps Create Repeat CustomersThe cold weather didn't stop shoppers from taking advantage of Small Business Saturday. The annual event celebrated its sixth year nationwide, and an increasing number of small Colorado stores joined in.
Top Small Business Saturday Shopping In DenverFounded as a way to encourage people to shop local, Small Business Saturday encourages people to skip the Black Friday madness at large retailers and patronize local businesses instead. To find something special for everyone on your list, while contributing to the local economy, become a participant in Small Business Saturday. Here are some businesses at which you can kick off your holiday shopping.
Small Business Saturday Seeks To Keep Dollars LocalDenver Mayor Michael Hancock emphasized what he said was the importance of buying local by picking out a few gifts for his family on Saturday.
Why Small Business Saturday Is Important For Your CommunitySmall Business Saturday will take place nationwide this year on November 29th. Since its launch in 2010 it has helped change the landscape of big-city neighborhoods and small town U.S.A.
How To Navigate The Best Deals and Sales This Holiday SeasonDon't get lost in the sea of sales, coupons, flyers and email lists. Take a little time to organize and you can save a bundle this holiday season.
Top Local Shops To Visit On Small Business Saturday In DenverWhile most people know about Black Friday and may even plan for it, Small Business Saturday is a relatively new tradition. Treat your loved ones to something unique while giving back to your neighborhood at one of these shops.
Local Businesses Cash In On 'Small Business Saturday'First there was Black Friday, and then Cyber Monday. Now there's Small Business Saturday.
Colorado Merchants Hope For Big Turnout On 'Small Business Saturday'Colorado has nearly 160,000 small businesses, and if history is a guide, those companies will lead the way as the job market recovers.