Despite the outbreak of the pandemic, there are still few events that stand as hallmark of what United States represents as a nation. And one of such events is the Small Business Saturday. You might be wondering what this day actually stand for.
Small Business Saturday is usually held between Black Friday and Cyber Monday and it is an opportunity for you to patronize local retailers, especially ones that have been badly hit by the pandemic, Covid-19. Simply put, it’s a day to give back to your local community.
You already know that several small businesses suffered a lot due to the compulsory lockdown that has actually kept many businesses out of operation. This year’s Small Business Saturday is actually unique considering the circumstances happening across the United States, especially with the second wave of the pandemic.
Now! You don’t have to physically visit stores, especially now that many brick-and-mortar stores are still not yet opened; but you can actually shop virtually. And of course, there are a host of businesses in your local community that operate online and even in-store.
Search for them online and in-store and ensure you patronize them. It’s equally important to remember that we need ourselves to survive. And this is only one way we can help these shops to exist.
In our own little way, Ovacom media would be promoting selected small businesses for FREE today.