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It’s Small Business Season: Support Local

It's Small Business Season: Support Local The Sonora Chamber of Commerce and Clarke Broadcasting are excited to announce its inaugural Small Business Season! This is a great opportunity for everyone to come together and show support for our local businesses. With the holiday season fast approaching, now is the perfect time to shop small and shop local. Small businesses are the backbone of our community. They provide goods and services that are unique and often cannot be found in big-box stores. When you support a local business, you are not only getting a one-of-a-kind product, but you are also helping to create jobs and boost the local economy. The Small Business Season event aims to highlight the importance of shopping small and encourage the community to support these businesses. There will be a series of events and promotions throughout the season to help showcase the incredible range of products and services available right here in Sonora. One of the easiest ways to support local businesses is by shopping at their stores. Take the time to browse through the shops in your neighborhood and discover new treasures. Whether you are looking for unique gifts, delicious local food, or specialty services, there is bound to be something for everyone. If you prefer to shop online, many local businesses have their own websites or online platforms where you can browse and make purchases. This is a convenient way to support local without leaving the comfort of your home. Plus, it allows you to discover new businesses that you may not have known about before. In addition to shopping, there are other ways to show your support for small businesses. Leave positive reviews on social media or review websites to help spread the word about your favorite local spots. Share photos of your purchases and tag the businesses to give them some extra exposure. Another way to support local is by attending local events and markets. Many towns and cities host holiday markets where you can find a wide variety of handmade and locally crafted goods. This is a great opportunity to meet the makers and learn more about their products. Small businesses also rely on word-of-mouth recommendations. If you have had a positive experience with a local business, don't hesitate to tell your friends and family about it. Personal recommendations are incredibly powerful and can make a big difference for small businesses. As the holiday season approaches, consider giving the gift of local. Purchase gift cards from local shops or select unique items that can only be found in your community. By giving local, you are not only supporting small businesses, but you are also giving a truly meaningful and special gift. The Small Business Season event will also include workshops and educational resources to help small business owners thrive. These sessions will cover a variety of topics, including marketing strategies, customer service tips, and financial planning. Supporting small businesses is not just about shopping, but also about providing them with the tools and resources they need to succeed. This holiday season, let's come together as a community and support our local businesses. Whether you choose to shop small or spread the word about your favorite spots, every action makes a difference. Small businesses are counting on our support, and by doing so, we are investing in the future of our community. So, when you're out and about this holiday season, remember to shop small, support local, and help our small businesses thrive. The Sonora Chamber of Commerce and Clarke Broadcasting are excited to launch the Small Business Season, and we can't wait to see the positive impact it will have on our community. Happy shopping!

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