Kansas City, Missouri 2021-11-27 10:05:47 –
Kansas City, MO — Local businesses around Kansas City want people to have enough energy to shop from Black Friday to small business Saturdays.
This day was created for people to make small purchases and bring much of their holiday shopping closer to their homes.
From buying a new sweater for your family at a local boutique to buying a gift card from your favorite local restaurant.
LendingTree Report Forty-nine percent of consumers shop on Saturdays, spending an average of $ 305 each.
That money can help moms and pop shops that have been hit hard by the pandemic.
“Small businesses are struggling and can actually support their business owners at this time, both as a community and as a strong KC community,” said Kiffany Bosserman, owner of Cookies and Creamery.
Many local retailers go one step further by giving incentives to shopping such as discounts and giveaways.
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