Small Business Saturday is November 27th
This is a time to support your local businesses, which helps the community by providing a service and providing jobs. Positioned between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Small Business Saturday allows you to use your holiday shopping dollars to recognize the importance of small businesses and their contributions to our communities. Money spent at a locally owned business goes back into our community at a higher percentage than money spent at chain retailers. Only 14% of money spent at chain retailers stays in the local economy, compared to 48% spent at independent businesses. Small businesses also contribute to local charities 250% more than larger businesses.
Dunn’s Attic is proud to support twenty-seven employees and countless consigners all year round that live and spend in our local community, helping our economy recover from a challenging year. To show our support to other small merchants and local charities, bring in your receipt and receive a free hot chocolate or mimosa if you purchase from a local merchant on Small Business Saturday.
Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser
Rose’s Cafe hosts the Rotary Club of Downtown Ormond Beach on Saturday, November 27th, from 8:30 – 10:30 am to help them raise money to install phases two and three of the Fitness Loop. Phase one of this Fitness Loop is located at Fortunato Park in Ormond Beach. Phases 2 and 3 will be located at Rockefeller Gardens and Bailey River Bridge parks. The mission for the Fit Loop is to provide free, high-quality fitness resources to residents of Ormond Beach, our neighboring cities and communities, and beyond.
Tickets are $5 each and can be purchased from rotary club members or at the door the day of the breakfast. Please email email@example.com to buy tickets.
We hope to see you on November 27th.
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