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Help Make November 28th the biggest day of the year for small business.
Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is a day dedicated to supporting small businesses nationwide. Founded by American Express in 2010, Small Business Saturday has grown into a movement that millions of individuals, businesses and communities have embraced nationwide. The Shop Small® Movement inspires people to shop with and support small businesses as well as give back to the places that have given their communities so much.
This year, Small Business Saturday® is on November 28th .
The Southport-Oak Island Area Chamber of Commerce is leading the way promoting Shop Small Saturday for the Southport-Oak Island area. As we join this nationwide effort to support small businesses, we urge you to become an active participant in this promotion so that all our member shops and restaurants can benefit.
This holiday season take a pledge to Shop Small, Spend Local, Eat Local and Enjoy Local --support the local small businesses that support our community.
The Chamber has compiled a list of shops that will have discounts & specials on Saturday, November 28th for Southport-Oak Island Area Shop Small Saturday Open House. The list also includes unique gift suggestions that can be found at 21 area shops. For a list of participating merchants contact the Southport-Oak Island Area Chamber of Commerce at 910.457-6964, visit the Chamber’s Facebook Page or go online to the Chamber’s website.
Don’t know what to give someone this holiday season and looking for a way to support businesses in our community, consider purchasing a Gift Local Card. Purchase one gift card that may be used at numerous participating Southport-Oak Island area businesses. The Gift Local Card gives the recipient flexibility and options. More Choices. Stress Less. Gift Local. Cards are available at the Southport-Oak Island Area Chamber of Commerce or on the Chamber’s website at www.southport-oakisland.com
We have done our best to make sure all the information in this email is correct. However, the shops and restaurants will have the right to correct onsite.