Etowah County to host Small Business Saturday


At the Gadsden City Council meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 25, Mayor Sherman Guyton proclaimed Nov. 29 as Small Business Saturday. The shop small event will begin at 8 a.m.

Small Business Saturday is similar to Black Friday, but with local shops offering discounts. 

In conjunction with the National Shop Small campaign, Etowah County is teaming up for the largest participation for a county our size for Small Business Saturday.  The first 20 shoppers at a participating location will recieve a free commemorative #shopsmalletowah shopping bag.

Participating locations include Alabama Gift Company, Apple A Day Health World, Aqua Medispa & Vein Studio, Back Forty Beer Co., B&B Pawn & Jewelry, Beauty Ovations Hair Salon, Big Chief, BodyMaxx Fitness 4 Life, Candles By Stevie, CJ’s Sweet Shop, Devan Lowe Cadillac Buick GMC Lincoln, Divine Divas Boutique, Fashion & Co., Gadsden Outfitters, Gadsden Variety Antique Mall & Cafe, The Glass House Gifts, The Honeybaked Ham Co. & Cafe, It’s Yogurtime, Jireh’s Boutique & Gifts, King’s Olive Oil Company, Laural E Boutique, Live, Laugh, & Love Custom Designs, ​Local Joe’s, Maraella Winery, Mater’s Pizza & Pasta Emporium, Mayan Mexican Cuisine, McNair Jewelers, Milam Bedding Outlet, Quik Nails/Hannah’s Closet, Rainbow Tropical Sno, Remona’s LaDiva Boutique, Sew Irresistible, Shoe Sanctuary, The Sparrow’s Nest, The Taming of the Ewe and The Willow Tree.

These locations are offering up to 50 percent off. Some locations are offering door prizes. Others are even offering free or low-price food and drinks. 

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