Help Support Small Business Saturday, November 26 Homestead Antique Mall Leading the Way

Small Business SaturdaySmall Business Saturday is a way for people to support small businesses that are a large part of our community. Homestead Antique Mall, Tennyson Street Warehouse and My Favorite Things are three such businesses that offer one of a kind and unique items.

 

Homestead Antique Mall, located at 6530 Wadsworth Blvd. in Arvada has over 70 of Denver’s finest dealers with a wide variety of antiques and collectibles.

 

    My Favorite Things, at 8797 West Colfax Ave in Lakewood specializes in home decor, “made in Colorado” items, and great holiday selections.

 

Shop Small sign    Tennyson Street Warehouse, and new to our antique community, is at 5330 Tennyson  with over 4,000 square feet of a wide selection of vintage linens and antique clothing as well as a wide variety of antiques and collectibles.
So if you are looking for antiques, ”made in Colorado” merchandise, home decor, or for that special treasure, these small businesses can give you a friendly environment in which to shop.

 

    Supporting small businesses boosts our local economy and is a way to find unusual and unique items for your home or as gifts. All small businesses greatly appreciate your patronage.

 

Small Business Saturday is an American shopping holiday held on the Saturday after Thanksgiving during one of the busiest shopping periods of the year.First observed in Roslindale Village, Massachusetts on November 27, 2010, it is a counterpart to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which feature big box retail and e-commerce stores respectively. By contrast, Small Business Saturday encourages holiday shoppers to patronize brick and mortar businesses that are small and local. Small Business Saturday is a registered trademark of American Express corporation.

 

The first event was sponsored by American Express, in partnership with the non-profit National Trust for Historic Preservation, Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino, and Roslindale Village Main Street. In 2010, the holiday was promoted by American Express via a nationwide radio and television advertising campaign. That year Amex bought advertising inventory on Facebook, which it in turn gave to its small merchant account holders, and also gave rebates to new customers to promote the event.

 

American Express publicized the initiative using social media, advertising, and public relations. Many local politicians and small business groups in the United States issued proclamations concerning the campaign, which generated more than one million Facebook “like” registrations and nearly 30,000 tweets under the Twitter hashtags #smallbusinesssaturday and #smallbizsaturday.

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