Yesterday, Black Friday, kicked off the holiday shopping season with major retailers offering door buster deals. While the mad dashes and fistfights in line aren’t as prevalent as in years past, Black Friday is still a major shopping day. So is Cyber Monday, when the doorbuster move online. 

Nestled between these days is Small Business Saturday.

Small Business Saturday is a day designed  to remind you to shop local, and shop small. Instead of giving all of your business to big box retailers on Black Friday or online megastores on Cyber Monday, give small business a chance and shop local. 

In our community, many fantastic businesses owned by, operated by, and employing your friends and neighbors depend on your support. Please see what our community has to offer and shop local this Small Business Saturday, and throughout the entire shopping season. According to the SBA, 47.5% of the private workforce in the United States comes from 27.9 million small businesses. 

Make no mistake, this is no act of charity. Our community is full of excellent businesses that provide quality and value. To find a local business that fits your needs, check our directory. You can search by industry and find a local solution to your needs. Make sure to follow the Freeburg Chamber of Commerce on Facebook and LinkedIn for more updates and information on our member businesses. 

If you are not a member and would like to be listed in the Freeburg Chamber directory, you can become a member here.