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March 29th is National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day

Mar 28, 2019

National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day is observed each year on March 29th. This day honors all small business owners and if you look around your home town, you will see them, perhaps more than you realized.

According to National Day Calendar, Rick and Margie Segel founded National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day in honor of couples like his parents whose successful hat shop opened in 1939 and grew into a 10,000 square feet and $2 million dollar clothing store.

Small businesses play a vital role in the U.S. economy.

Think about a local coffee shop, ice cream parlor or even the gym you frequent every morning. Small businesses hire locally and support the local economy.

According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, there are more than 28 million small businesses in the United States generating over 50 million local jobs. What’s not to like about that?

What does this mean to you?

Bigger is not always better. We are proud to be a small business and Put Another Way contracts with other small business owners to collaborate on large projects. We price our services to support local business, especially start-ups, military and first responder businesses. What can you do to support “Mom & Pop”?

  • Support and buy from local businesses.
  • Share a good review on Google Reviews, Facebook, or other social media outlets.
  • If you are a small business owner, purchase and even barter with other small business and share the outcome encouraging others to follow suit.
  • Be cognizant of the challenges some small businesses face and work with them if you are a lender, realtor or manufacturer. You will get a return back in bundles.

We send our best wishes to our compatriots in the mom and pop business world and here’s to slow and steady grow, happy times, and the feeling of success working in and for your local communities!

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