November 27-The First-Ever Small Business Saturday

November 27, 2010 is the first-ever Small Business Saturday.

 
More than a dozen advocacy, public, and private organizations are joining American Express OPEN, the company’s small business unit, in declaring the Saturday after Thanksgiving as Small Business Saturday. This year, Small Business Saturday is November 27, 2010. Small Business Saturday recognizes the importance of small businesses to the overall economy and local communities. It’s a day to support the small, independently owned businesses we can’t live without. and a day to come together in support of the small businesses we love.

Support the shops and restaurants that employ our neighbors and reinvest our money close to home. Support the businesses that are the heartbeat of our communities and local economies. Take the pledge to support small business.  Join the movement!

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