Share Joy! Shop Small on November 28!
Saturday, Nov. 28 is Small Business Saturday, and this year, more than others, it’s important to support our local businesses!
The COVID pandemic, and the recent upgrade of micro-cluster zones, have taken a harsh toll on our local businesses and we need to show our support.
As we enter the holiday season, please support your local business community
If it’s safe for you, come out and shop. All of our businesses have safety procedures in place and, due to restrictions, are only allowing a certain number of shoppers inside at one time. We understand it can be frustrating, but we ask that everyone remain patient if you have to wait to enter a shop.
Also, please make sure to wear masks, wash your hands, and stay socially distant.
And, if you’re coming into East Aurora on Small Business Saturday on Nov. 28 there’s no need to worry about parking!
The Chamber reached out to Fisher-Price, which graciously agreed to let the public utilize its parking lot, located at Riley Street and Girard Avenue, for FREE! The lot provides quick access to much of the village business district.
If you can’t come out and shop in person, please remember many of our local businesses offer online shopping through websites and social media and will be offering curbside delivery or shipping. So make sure to check out your favorite shop or restaurant online!
Another way to #shoplocal is to buy gift cards from your favorite store or restaurant.
You can also purchase a Chamber Gift Certificat that can be used at a wide variety of businesses in our area. Chamber Gift Certificates can be purchased online, at www.eanycc.com, where you can also find a current list of participating businesses. You can also call us at (716) 652-8444.
Make sure to tune into
WBBZ TV on Wednesday, Dec. 2 at 8 p.m. for our first-ever televised Carolcade 2020 Holiday Special. It will re-air on Saturday, Dec. 5 at noon and again on Sunday, Dec. 6 at 10:30 a.m. You can find WBBZ at cable channel 5 & antenna channel 67.1 on most carriers.
We hope you all stay safe and healthy this holiday season. And please – #SupportLocal!!!