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Small Business Saturday – Show Your Love And Shop Small!

Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday – Show Your Love And Shop Small!

Nov 26 is Small Business Saturday®, a day created specifically for small businesses. This year, don’t just Shop Small® at Mage Music for our beautiful guitars and incomparable service! Do it for the businesses you love, for the community you call home, and for the money that can stay in the neighborhood when we all Shop Small.

This Nov 26, get up, get out, and Shop Small!

So, why should you shop small, you ask?

Well, here’s your answer!

Small businesses power the U.S. economy. In fact, according to the SBA, they represent 54% of all domestic sales and generate approximately 40% of all retail jobs. Small businesses add vibrancy and strengthen communities, as well as their local economies.

Small stores pride themselves on high levels of customer service, the one-on-one attention that big box retailers simply cannot offer. While typically small retailers cannot compete well on price, they can offer unique items, helpful service, and the personal touch that seems to get lost in the Black Friday hysteria.

It is important that we remember to shop local at the stores that support our community not just on Small Business Saturday®, but all throughout the year. Small business is the key to the American economy and this annual initiative has evolved as a great way to offer support to the great entrepreneurs of our country.

Thanks for choosing to #ShopSmall. Please share your Small Business Saturday experience on your social channels. See you Saturday!

Read more about Small Business Saturday® on the American Express website.

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Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday is November 30th. Come out and show support for small businesses in your area!

Read all about Small Business Saturday right HERE.

A small business is considered to be any company that employs less than 100 people. In the United States, small business employs over half of the country’s workforce. Many people think that new industrial giants are the most important factor in driving the economy, but small business is actually the top dog. Without small businesses, where would half of the country work?

Small business in America has been the stabilizing force in the economy. Entrepreneurs are the backbone of creativity and production. Small business is what stimulates economic growth. With over 60% of all private sectors, non-farm jobs coming from small business, it is a proven fact that small businesses are critical to the United States economy.