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New and old local shops participate in small business Saturd

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Businesses like Campbell Creek and Pacesetter Sports participated in small business Saturday. Not only are these places ran by locals. They aim to keep money in our communities.

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Businesses like Campbell Creek and Pacesetter Sports participated in small business Saturday. Not only are these places ran by locals. They aim to keep money in our communities.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/7188556?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Sun, 26 Nov 2017 04:00:11 +0000 New and old local shops participate in small business Saturd Businesses like Campbell Creek and Pacesetter Sports participated in small business Saturday. Not only are these places ran by locals. They aim to keep money in our communities. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/7188556?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WTHI -- but the holiday hustle continues on. some of you chose today to get some christmas shopping done -- but you aren't the only one cashing in on a good deal.... news 10's garrett brown explains how your dollars go a long way in small business saturday. campbell creek artisan shop on wabash has only been open a few months. that's why today they were excited to see many visitors in their shop. "its actually been pretty busy this morning. i was surprised there were people waiting to get in the door when i came in which is a good thing." the shop sells everything from homemade candles to jewelry. the store is a place locals where can sell their goods. especially in a difficult time for small businesses to survive. "it used to be everything was mom and pop and we don't have those anymore and its very difficult to try to break in to a market when you are fighting against a box store. people don't understand the importance of small businesses." that's why the chamber of commerce is proud to help promote businesses like campbell creek. not only are these places ran by locals. it helps keep money in our communities. "its one thing with small business saturday is you get to know that your money that you support that small business with stays here in the community. once they build up that base hopefully they will be here for years and years." an example of this is pacesetter sports. they have been serving the wabash valley for thirty five years. they are thankful for their customers support. that's why they too participate in small business saturday. "we're very very lucky to be in such a great community that has such an affection for small businesses and family owned businesses like ours." whether big or small these local shops hope to keep serving the community. while also giving back to keep supporting them as well. "i really didn't support small businesses all that much, i didn't think about it. now that i am part of that group i realize the importance of it and really the foundation that it provides for out community." in terre haute, garrett brown news 10. you still have opportunities to





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