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Nashville retailers look to Small Business Saturday for boost

DETROIT (WWJ) — Small Business Saturday is a national initiative that marks a day to support the local businesses that create jobs, boost the economy, and preserve neighborhoods around the country. Last year, Small 

Despite its infancy as a corporate mantra, Small Business Saturday is taking hold in some towns where local people seize the opportunity to promote local gift shops, local clothing stores, local restaurants and any other local 

Small Business Saturday is an annual event, started by American Express in 2010. It recognizes local stores and restaurants for their role in creating jobs, boosting the economy and preserving neighborhood flavor. The aim is 

Black Friday may belong to big box stores, but Saturday is the perfect fit for the ever-growing retail districts like East Nashville and Franklin, or mom-and-pop shops like Phillips. At Welcome Home, the home decor shop in East Nashville, the Small

Despite its infancy as a corporate mantra, Small Business Saturday is taking hold in some towns where local people seize the opportunity to promote local gift shops, local clothing stores, local restaurants and any other local 

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Posted by - November 30, 2014 at 8:11 pm

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In Asheville, every day is Small Business Saturday

“We're building a backbone in the city of Detroit around the positive impact small businesses play within each neighborhood,” says Hooper, with regard to his Detroit Small Business Passport. “Small Business Saturday is a 

RACINE (WITI) — Today is Small Business Saturday. Main Street shops across the country have their chance to get a share of the holiday dollars. A walk down Main Street and pay attention to the signs — these small 

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Businesses along South Main Street in Downtown Memphis were getting ready for Trolley Night on Friday and hope customers will shop with them for Small Business Saturday. The t-shirt press was 

As Black Friday came to a close, owners of smaller neighborhood stores were hoping to get a retail boost on Small Business Saturday. Erin Myers reports from Santa Monica for the KTLA 5 Morning News on Nov. 29, 2014.

Despite its infancy as a corporate mantra, Small Business Saturday is taking hold in some towns where local people seize the opportunity to promote local gift shops, local clothing stores, local restaurants and any other local 

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Small Business Saturday “Trending,” Receives Presidential Support

Small Business Saturday was established in 2010 by American Express in an attempt to steer shoppers toward brick and mortar businesses in their towns during the weekend of holiday shopping bookended by Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Tony Yencsik

He's done it again! Indie bookstore surprise supporter President Obama visited a local bookstore on Small Business Saturday, the second time he's touted the shopping local day (and bookstores) in as many years. Skip to next paragraph

Last year more than 100 million Americans shopped locally on Small Business Saturday. This year President Barack Obama did his part by buying holiday gifts at an independent bookstore in Arlington, Virginia. On Small Business Saturday I was sitting in

Advertisement. Small Business Saturday Boosts Small Business Holiday Sales. Small Business Saturday, sandwiched between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, is giving independent retailers a bigger slice of the holiday spending pie. The holiday, now in its

At the risk of sounding anti-American, please allow me to react to the concept of Small Business Saturday: bah, humbug! Don't get me wrong. I'm not against small business. I'm not against picking up a few extra bucks in sales or potentially a new customer.

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Posted by - November 26, 2012 at 7:53 pm

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Small Business Saturday is a big hit

That's the whole idea behind Small Business Saturday, which touts the advantage of supporting local businesses during the holidays, rather than braving the box store Black Friday extravaganzas. Jean Hagyard was recovering from the latter as she browsed

Small Business Saturday was a hit for most local business in downtown Spartanburg.

President Barack Obama made a quick trip to a Virginia bookstore in support of "Small Business Saturday" over the weekend, the Associated Press reports. Obama took his daughters, Sasha and Malia, to One More Page

An effort to support local business took place Saturday all throughout the city.

Right in the middle of Black Friday and Cyber Monday is Small Business Saturday, a national push to get more customers to shop at local small businesses.

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Small Business Saturday Competes With Black Friday, Cyber Monday

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – Downtown Lafayette business owners opened their doors on what could be their biggest sales day of the year Saturday. There weren't long lines or any shopping hysteria, and that was okay for people eager to shop small. "I'm all

Promoting"Small Business Saturday," the third annual event that encourages consumers to support independently-owned local shops, Obama took his daughters Sasha and Malia to "One More Page Books" in Arlington, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, D.C.

President Barack Obama made a quick trip to a Virginia bookstore in support of "Small Business Saturday" over the weekend, the Associated Press reports. Obama took his daughters, Sasha and Malia, to One More Page

An effort to support local business took place Saturday all throughout the city.

LADUE, MO (KPLR)-Competition for the holiday dollar is fierce as online marketing grows and black Friday promotions push the envelope on Thanksgiving. Now small businesses looking for their share have combined efforts to capture customers on what is

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