Small Business Saturday in Sumner |

The Downtown Sumner Main Street Merchants, announced its participation in the sixth annual Small Business Saturday on November 28 to support small businesses in Sumner.

The Downtown Sumner Main Street Merchants, announced its participation in the sixth annual Small Business Saturday on November 28 to support small businesses in Sumner.

Founded by American Express in 2010, Small Business Saturday is a day to celebrate the small businesses that help support their neighborhoods and is held every year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving.

Now in its sixth year, Small Business Saturday has been embraced as part of the holiday shopping tradition as each year shoppers, businesses and public officials come together to shop small and show their neighborhood pride.

Understanding the important contributions small businesses make to their communities, the merchants of Main Street in Sumner are pleased to announce its participation in Small Business Saturday and the Neighborhood Champion program.

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