Downtown businesses celebrating Small Business Saturday
Downtown Paso Robles businesswomen Mary Uebersax and Kay Waltz this week announced local merchants’ participation in the sixth annual Small Business Saturday, Nov. 28, to support small businesses in Paso Robles. Founded 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.
Small, locally owned businesses contribute in special ways and are the hub of Paso’s Main Street. Last week Paso Robles’ Mayor Steve Martin led the City Council and proclaimed Nov. 28 as Small Business Saturday.
Uebersax and Walts enjoy bringing together their neighborhood businesses as local shops, tasting rooms, services and restaurants participate for the 4th time together as a Small Business Saturday neighborhood. This Saturday there will happenings all day around Park Street at 13th Street.
The Special day will feature breakfast snacks at EarthTones, treats and food through the day, great menus at Thomas Hill Organics and Amsterdam Coffee and special deals at all shops including Ambiance, Bodega Paso Robles, We Olive, Arroyo Robles and of course Kaya and EarthTones. There will be gift wrapping all day at EarthTones with donations going to Paso Cares. Early shoppers can stop by EarthTones at 9 a.m. for breakfast treats and receive Shop Small® giveaways like tote bags with a map to local treasures and the day’s features.