Small Business Saturday 2015
The Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce is an official partner for November 28th's Small Business Saturday ® national initiative to help small businesses with their most pressing need - getting more customers.
The following businesses have put together special offers for the day:
A. Phillips Hardware: enter online or in stores for your chance to win a Gorilla Glue Toolbox! View contents on their Facebook page.
Amelia's Garden: offering a free fat quarter with your purchase, as well as an entry into a raffle for a basket of sewing goodies.
Ben's Jammin' Treasures: call for details 518.729.5445
Brady Agency: stop in for a quote between 9am-12pm and get entered for a chance to win a Chocolate or Maple Syrup gift basket
Capitol Region Basketball Boot Camp: 20% off regular camp price sign-up fee for anyone who registers on Small Business Saturday
Foundry Fitness: All services, classes and packages purchased today are 20% off. First-time clients can attend any of the four Flight classes for FREE, and will receive an additional $20 gift card. Flight Class Schedule: 7:30am, 8:30am, 9:30am, and 11am and the gym will be open until 2pm for an open house (tours, healthy snacks, give-aways). EVERYONE who comes in and takes a #shopsmall selfie with a sign at Foundry Fitness will receive a $10 gift card in celebration of small businesses and supporting local!
Merriman & Pfister's Marketplace: to support our community,15% off any item with the presentation of a receipt from any other Small Local Business
Help make a lasting impact in the place you call home on Small Business Saturday®. Founded by American Express in 2010, it's a day to celebrate the local businesses that help make your neighborhood great - and anyone can join in.
Saturday, November 28th from 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce, 318 Delaware Avenue, Suite 11, Delmar
Remember, for every $100 spent in locally-owned independent stores, $68 returns to the community through taxes, payroll and other expenditures.If you spend that in a national chain, $43 stays in the community.Spend it online and nothing comes home.(Source: Civic Economics Report).