Celebrate Small Business Saturday and Help Grow the Local Economy
Nov 24, 2015 04:00PM
● By Melissa Lauren
Small Business Saturday
Celebrate Small Business Saturday and Help Grow the Local EconomyDo something big for your neighborhood and keep dollars in your community during Small Business Saturday this Saturday, November 28th. Many small businesses will have deals to thank locals for their support. “For every $100 spent at local small businesses, $68 returns to the community”. Source: Civic Economics
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Annapolis - Maryland AvenueThe Vintage Weekend is a fantastic new shop specializing in home goods and found objects. Jazz music from the Roaring 20’s plays on a record player (they are for sale), playful paintings by local artist, Laura Gallagher hang in the store. During my visit I picked up a few holiday cards that were presented to me in an old-fashioned popcorn bag – a darling touch!
Annapolis - Main StreetTangerine Boutique is a new shop that has fabulous clothing for different types of stylish ladies. Their versatile looks are adventurous and sophisticated.
Annapolis – The Village of West AnnapolisArt Things stocks tools for artists of all levels. Look for Mona Lisa’s smile and you’ll find an astounding range of fine art, graphic, and craft supplies. You’re in store for a treat when you shop in the Village of West Annapolis.
The Maritime Republic of EastportAnnapolis Canoe and Kayak has canoes, kayaks, stand-up paddle boards and all gear needed for the water. You can even try their equipment at the floating dock on Spa Creek. Shopping sure works up an appetite. Visit Restaurant Row on Severn Avenue to satisfy every taste.
Eastern Shore - EastonDragonfly is a trendy upscale women’s boutique. Dragonfly won What’s Up? Best of Eastern Shore awards several times. They carry the latest fashions from well-known designers, dazzling accessories, and lovely perfumes. Enjoy finding the perfect presents at the many independent shops in Easton.
Eastern Shore - St. MichaelsThe Christmas Shop offers the charms of the Eastern Shore and specialty gifts from around the world. The streets of St. Michaels are lined with stores full of goodies.
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