Shop local and support small business!

EA Nisbet

Imagine waking up in the morning and the first thought coming to your head is… COFFEE!

Maybe you’re feeling an overpriced coffee from a franchise or you’re feeling a lower-priced, high quality coffee from a local business.

In my opinion, I’d support a small business over a big chain any day, especially during times like these. 

As an employee of a small business, I understand how important it is to go for those small businesses even if you’re just buying a small item.

A little really does go a long way. 

One thing you can do to help a small business is instead of going to a popular store in a big city, try shopping at a locally-owned clothing store. It won’t just benefit them, but you as well.

It’s less risk of getting exposed to the virus and will help the store stay in business.

Knowing that you are one of the reasons a business is able to stay on their feet is very warming and rewarding. 

Buying simple ingredients or fresh produce from small stores is also another way to help support businesses.

You know more about where everything comes from and it’s more than likely all local.

You save a hectic trip from going to big grocery stores just to get small items. It’s all just a win/win.

Many small businesses have been shutting down during this trying time.

With our help, especially during the holidays, we can help families keep their business going and be acknowledged for their hard work and dedication.

At the end of the day, we should all be helping each other during good times and bad times, no matter the circumstance.

SHOP LOCAL and help your neighbors!



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