By: Sharon Aron Baron
It’s the day that’s sort of squeezed between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and not many people may have heard of it: Small Business Saturday, and it’s set aside to, well, support small businesses across the U.S.
Started by American Express back in 2010, it’s estimated that over 112 million shoppers participated in Small Business Saturday back in 2016 by shopping at a local business.
Another reason to shop with Small Business Saturday is that approximately 67 cents of every dollar spent at a small business remain in the local community.
But the most important reason to shop local is that by spending our money on independent businesses in our community, we are supporting them and their families. So visit that independent coffee shop, flower shop, restaurant, or salon.
Here are some local businesses in the Parkland area to support on Small Business Saturday:
Sign Dreamers co-owned by Lyndsey Imbert and Carina Carrerou of Parkland. They are offering a 15 percent off for any future sign as long as the customer books and pays by Saturday at midnight signdreamers.com.
Lip SMAKin’ Good Local Honey from the Parkland Farmers Market is offering promotions through their site on Cratejoy.com Join or gift with their monthly honey subscription box during Small Business Saturday and receive 25 percent off of their 1, 3, 6, or 12-month options.
Basser’s Fine Wine & Craft Beer will be hosting a free tasting of Del Dotto Wines from 2:00-4:00, with 10 percent off all Del Dotto purchases on Saturday. We will also have a BOGO on all Terrapin Brewery Beers. 6240 Coral Ridge Dr, Coral Springs, FL 33076. Basser’s Fine Wine.
Fistel Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, Parkland residents for 16 years with the 32-year-old dental office are offering an $80 take-home dental whitening kit for new and old patients with a free exam. 7522 Wiles Rd Suite #104, Coral Springs, FL 33067.
The Salt Box in Parkland is offering 30 percent off all packages, and 40 percent off all memberships all weekend. The first sessions are $15. 6710 Parkside Drive Parkland, FL 33067 in the Parkland Town Center. Call to book 954-906-5985. Salt Box.
Bodytek Fitness Parkland – New group fitness studio is offering $99 founder’s rate unlimited HIIT classes and two weeks of free trial classes, or 20 percent off class packages and two weeks of free trial classes. Located at 5913 W Hillsboro Blvd, Parkland 33067, next to BJ’s. 954-729-1063.
ISR of Coral Springs & Parkland is a certified Infant Swim Resource instructors who teach babies and toddlers the swim-float-swim technique to prevent child drownings. They are offering 25 percent off classes for their upcoming sessions beginning in January. ISRofCoralSpringsAndParkland.com Call 813-215-8207
Camilla Day Spa located in Coral Square Mall, this luxurious spa, owned by a Parkland resident has it all, and this weekend they are offering a $60 gift card for only $40.20! Come by and buy one or order online at Camilla Day Spa. Located at 9267 W Atlantic Blvd, Coral Springs, FL 33071.
Mr. Pool Service is owned by a Parkland resident and is offering all new customers $29 for their first month of pool cleaning on Small Business Saturday. They also specialize in pool repairs, service, & maintenance. Call 561-755-POOL (7665) Or visit 3255 NW 94th Ave #9817 Coral Springs, FL 33065. Mr. Pool Service.
Toy Express is having a buy one get one 50 percent off for Small Business Saturday and 30 percent entire order on Cyber Monday. They are located at 6325 W Sample Rd, Coral Springs, FL 33067. Toy Express.
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- Sharon Aron Baron is a Parkland resident and editor of Talk Media. she has been covering Parkland news since 2012. Parkland Talk was created to provide News, Views, and Entertainment for the residents of Parkland.
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